Lessons Learned From My Most Important Project Management Best Practice

Lessons Learned From My Most Important Project Management Best Practice

By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D, Senior Executive Director of Project Management, IIL  Last year, I wrote a blog entitled My Most Important Best Practice. In the past several months, people have been asking me what I learned from this best practice. This is good news because it means that people are reading my blog. I have modified

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The Growth in Project Management Trust

Catch Dr. Kerzner’s keynote session, “Innovation Project Management” at the 2018 IPM Day online conference On Demand. By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D., Senior Executive Director of Project Management, IIL  There were numerous reasons why I decided to write a book entitled Project Management 2.0. While some people focus heavily on the skills, tools and techniques used by

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What are Their Expectations?

By Keith Wilson, B.Comm., PMP, MCT, MCTS, Senior Trainer and Consultant, IIL  Good project planning requires asking and answering several questions in order to begin the process. Very often, there is a limited time to perform a needs analysis.  Therefore, it is essential that you have a framework for structuring your questions and collecting information.  The following

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