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Understand the Needs of Your Team Members | Organizational Behavior
2022 Volume 1 Number 14

Understand the Needs of Your Team Members

By Dr. Harold Kerzner
Most project management courses discuss project success and failure in technical and business terms. However, there is a third component that is often not discussed, namely organizational behavior success and failure.

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PMO Value | Project Management Office
2022 Volume 1 Number 14

PMO Value

By Rubin Jen
In a recent ProjectManagement.com article, a well-known industry practitioner posed the statement:
“PMOs struggle to deliver value and are often not clear about what that value should be. They are frequently started…

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Systems Thinking in Complex Projects
2022 Volume 1 Number 14

Systems Thinking in Complex Projects

By Max Langosco
Project management is being applied to contexts where the outcome is both ever more important and uncertain. Consider, for example, the adoption of project management to deliver strategic corporate objectives…

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Program Managers, Next Generation
2022 Volume 1 Number 13

Program Managers: The Next Gen Business Strategists

By Dr. Al Zeitoun
A program is generally defined as a grouping of projects that can be managed consecutively or concurrently; or a combination of both. Most programs, because of their strategic nature and impact on the success of the organization, are much longer in duration and are susceptible to more challenges, risks, and a possible negative impact on the business.

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Project Leaders - Project Management - Post Pandemic
Program Management

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Project Management

By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D.
In 2020, hundreds of thousands of people across the globe were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Public sector, private sector, and government leaders across all businesses had to respond quickly to the effects of the crisis, often with very little time to prepare.

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Why Your Agile Implementation Failed
Agile and Scrum

Why Your Agile Implementation Failed

By Roy Schilling
Being tired of missed deadlines and disappointed customers, I wanted a better way to deliver – faster, better, cheaper. I had been reading about Agile and how it had helped organizations with exactly what I was looking to solve.

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