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.
There’s a new credential available from PMI: the Portfolio Management Professional (PfMP)SM. With the pilot due to finish this February it will soon be available for everyone
In large enterprises with hundreds or thousands of capital projects, it is important to create standards by which all projects must adhere to. This provides the organization the ability to roll up and assess overall
Words matter. As a project manager, you have the ability to impact your project team and your stakeholders by what you say. Here are five things that stakeholders want to hear from you.
There are some common mistakes made during the creation of project schedules, particularly by folks who are new to the art. In this article I’ll be pointing out a few of the most frequent scheduling
A lot of the time, Project managers don’t have the project team working directly for them. That means that we have to find alternative ways to involve the team, motivate them, and lead them towards the end of the project.
There are two schools of thought about specialized project managers. On the one hand, you could argue that it is necessary for a project manager to have deep domain knowledge. On the other, a project manager’s skills can be said to transfer between projects, regardless of
Whether you are an experienced project management professional, or a more junior member of a Program Management Office (PMO) team, you need to practice your skills to get
Once your budget is signed off, your project sponsor should let you manage the project finances how you see fit, as long as you are within your agreed tolerances. In general, sponsors and other senior
Project Managers typically look for projects where they can perform well to continue their advancement. How though can they leverage their experience from project to project and build learning and