The Project Manager Blog
It's a good idea to include stakeholder and user training in your project plans. We've put together 6 ways for you to build product training into your plan.
Projects require three key resources to progress: people, assets and money. We take a look at how to manage each, and how to work with resource constraints.
Many projects will have a changing number of team members. Here is everything that new team members on your projects need to know.
Learn the best ways to prioritize tasks once you have them defined in your project plan. Identify areas where you are over-planning and trying to do too much, as well as ways to determine the minimally viable plan.
How much time do you spend preparing project reports? Here are reasons to being using online software to generate your reports for you.
Read these 5 tips to find out how to manage uncooperative and disengaged suppliers. When your vendors aren't doing their part to deliver your project successfully, these techniques will help.
Training is great as it keeps your skills up-to-date and is a good way to recharge your batteries outside of the office. Here are 7 tips for choosing the right training course.
A project manager is a communicator. That's part of the job. This article describes methods to get team members to share their feedback on the work and in so doing make them work better.
In this article, we offer the project manager tried and true methods of developing the self-confidence needed to lead a project and their team to success.
Learn how to create a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), a way to create small tasks from larger project goals. Follow the six essential steps to create a WBS on your next project.