Project Management Archives


How to Transition to Agile Software Development

Agile software development involves building software iteratively and incrementally. The results of early phases influence the planning of later phases. Read More >


Ten Ways to Get Buy-In for Your Proposal

You may have the greatest idea in the world, but it won't go anywhere if you don't know how to sell it to your company's stakeholders—and they can range from employees to the C-suite to customers and business partners. Any proposal that affects the organization must gain support and buy-in. Such advocacy is required to get the initiative and its budget approved, as well as to significantly... Read More >


Collaboration Tools Offer Visibility Into Projects

A payroll services provider uses collaboration tools to get better client accountability through real-time project status, reporting and analytics capabilities. Read More >


Ten Reasons to Become a Project Manager

It seems pretty clear that you would like to get paid more … and gain more job security … and advance your career far more rapidly… and hobnob with influential organization leaders who are convinced of your greatness. If any of these goals are on your career to-do list, you might want to consider getting certified as an IT project manager. A report from Global Knowledge, "Top... Read More >


Smaller Project Teams Are More Productive

At one time or another, almost all information technology professionals have heard cries for more resources. They may even have been the one asking for help. "If only there were more people available for this project," they've said, "then maybe it would get done on time." Well, it turns out that more staffing is not the equivalent of optimal staffing. In fact, smaller project teams are more... Read More >


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