The Project Manager Blog
Timesheets too old-fashioned? Actually, they make the difference between smart projects and project fails. Learn who is using them and why you should too.
Leading is communicating, according to Dave Wakeman, a global speaker on project leadership. Learn his tips for better communication with your team.
Managing tasks is one of the most important aspects of any project. This article shows project managers how to better estimate the duration of their tasks.
When you found yourself leading a project, it's critical that you begin on the right foot. Follow our tips for better project planning and management.
Contributor Mike Clayton, project management training expert, advocates for a different approach to stakeholder "management". Learn his tips for engagement.
Timesheets shouldn't be a chore. They are a way for you to accurately measure your billable hours and fulfill the demands of your project more efficiently.
The work of a project manager is fundamentally formal, so what do you do when working in an Agile or Lean environment? Elizabeth Harrin shows you how.
Luis Seabra Coelho, Vice President for Professional Development, PMI, Portugal Chapter, writes about how an economic theory impacts a project manager's job.
Timesheets aren't dead. They really can be an easy and helpful tool for monitoring your projects. Jason Westland explains how to get your team on board.