Project Management and At-home Workers
October 23rd , 2017

The trend toward more and more at-home worker challenges and creates demand for project managers who can adapt their PM skills to this unique environment. As organizations move workers home to reap the facility cost savings and gain the productivity and quality improvements
Does Your Organization Suffer From Data Paralysis?
October 4th , 2017

Making an effective decision for business growth always depends upon the accurate historical or researched data available on time. But it should collect on the basis of a right questionnaire in categorical wise.
Project Management for Small Businesses
September 22nd , 2017

No matter, how much is the size of your organization. You should follow a better project management processes that can help you to increase the efficiency level of your project.
The Best Practices Trap
February 9th , 2017

One of the terms used very often by project management practitioners globally is ‘best practices.’ It may be surprising to note that project management itself was considered a best practice about a decade or two ago. Project Management has significantly matured since then. At the drop of a hat, professionals throw umpteen references to best practices into the ring right from pitching for a deal to winning and executing the same
Troubled Projects: Understanding and Recovering
January 11th , 2017

A project manager is working on a project to develop a product/service in the retail domain. Two of its company’s competitors are also competing to get the product/service out on the market as soon as possible. Clearly, the first entrant would have a significant advantage.