The Project Manager Blog
There're many books on team building, but if you've ever led a project you know things don't always go by the book. Follow these steps for real-world teams.
Lessons from Daniel Goleman's book, "Focus," can be applied to your work and your team. Learn how to be more productive and better manage your projects.
A project manager may find themselves in the role of project sponsor. It's not what they're trained for, but leadership expert Art Petty has some guidance.
When leading a project you have to know if you're fulfilling the requirements of the job and that's why it's crucial to know how to evaluate your work.
To certify or not to certify, that is the question on many a project manager's mind. Elizabeth Harrin, of A Girl's Guide to PM, explains the pros and cons.
Leaders know that projects that don't align with the strategic goals of the organization are doomed to fail. Learn how to assess and align your project.
Annual reviews for your resources are just part of the job, but that doesn't mean they're right. Read how they impact productivity and how to salvage them.
Do project managers have to manage the happiness of their team members to ensure the successful completion of their project? The answer may surprise you.
PMO expert Lindsay Scott explains the different types of PMOs in organizational use today and how to define and setup the right PMO for your organization.
ProjectManager.com is honored to be nominated for two NZ Innovators Awards by the NZ Innovation Council in the IT/Cloud and Export Innovator categories.