General Project Management

How to Overhaul a Culture of Project Malpractice

Expectations around project success are historically low across organizations. Poor results in the past have led many companies to believe that only a few projects will pan out, and executives often respond by thinking less is more and trying many different...
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Project Failure = Leadership Failure

Projects are often complex undertakings filled with a series of interdependent people, parts, and processes. Envisioning and bringing them to fruition takes a significant amount of expertise and planning.
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3 Ways to Garner Cost Savings in Project Management Without Hurting Returns

Advice on how to get cost savings in project management is a dime a dozen. Any organization can cut corners to meet budget constraints at the expense of efficacy. But if a project doesn’t deliver the intended benefits, it doesn’t matter whether it...
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What does project failure look like to you?

An agricultural supply company develops a new product that is much more effective at inseminating cows than any other product on the market. They can develop the product in a year with a budget of $2 million. Research on market research shows they can...
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The One Ingredient Every SDLC Process Needs

A sound SDLC process relies on requirements in some form or fashion. Agile has taken the software development world by storm, and that has brought many benefits. However, many have lost sight of some fundamental realities of how to reliably deliver project...
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We have launched an emergency suite of solutions

The coronavirus pandemic is jeopardizing our core value: that projects can deliver us to a better, safer future for our planet. In response, we have launched State of Emergency solutions to quickly transform your business survival strategy into a roadmap...
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