Unfortunately, all projects carry a degree of risk. What counts in project management is how you deal with these risks as they occur. The smooth handling of risk gives projects the best possible chance of success: while it’s tempting
Project management training used to involve taking time out of the office, traveling to a training venue and squeezing as much learning as you could into three or four days. Then you’d come back to the office and forget everything you had learned, going back to
Program management is not just about managing big projects. Putting together a program and keeping the balance between all the component parts takes a different set of skills to those of managing a project. Here are 9 skills
Project Sponsors are well known for their habit of turning up at your desk unannounced and asking how things are going. “How’s the budget?” they may ask, or, “Do we need any more help from Marketing?”
If you’re reading this, you probably have an enterprise project management tool or are looking at implementing one in the future. And you probably have implemented, or would like to implement some kind of
Organizations today are increasingly demanding higher requirements for corporate governance and heightened standards for executive oversight. Executives should now be able to define and enforce a governance structure
No one wants to have to manage with fewer resources, but project teams are being squeezed all the time. It’s likely that at some point in your career you will be asked to manage a project without being given all the resources that you would ideally need to manage it effectively.
As schedulers we often see situations where a “Lead” would appear to be a good option to model the situation on the ground. This article discusses the situation where a “Lead”
Ask most people if they like it when things change, and the answer is going to be no. It is human nature – we like the status quo. And that goes for project managers too. We might be a group that manages change professionally, but
At Ten Six, we see a couple of themes and goals for this year which include raising the strategic profile of the PMO and improving its approach to organizational skill development.