Better Project Communications
By Alan Zucker, PMP, PMI-ACP
Excellent “soft skills” differentiate the great project managers. Since 90% of a project manager’s time is spent with others, it is no surprise that communications and emotional intelligence are vital traits.
The Future of Project Management
By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D.
For more than fifty years, project management has been in use but perhaps not on a world-wide basis. What differentiated companies in the early years was whether or not they used project management, not how well they used it.
Reduce the Risk – Share the Success
By Luigi Morsa
Risk Management is important because it is directly connected to the Project Success. More in detail, effective risk management strategies allow you to identify the project’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and, above all, threats.
The Six Pillars of Project Management – a Path for 2030
By Dr. Harold Kerzner, and J. LeRoy Ward
Our greatest joy, as each session comes to a close, is asking participants what they think project management will look like in 2030.
Building an Agile Architecture
By Darrell K. Rigby, Steve Berez, Greg Caimi, and Andrew Noble
Agile software development is often inhibited by a company’s legacy architecture, because the new software can’t easily plug into the rest of the system.
The Disciplined Agile Mindset
By Scott Ambler, Vice President, Chief Scientist of Disciplined Agile at Project Management Institute
The Disciplined Agile (DA) tool kit supplies straightforward guidance to help you, your team, and your enterprise increase your effectiveness.