Our job as project managers is to manage the tension and interconnected-ness of all the project constrains and stakeholders. A sure fire way to get unhappy customers is agree to their plans without performing integrated change control.
If you come to me and say that your project schedule is ready to be baselined, I expect to hear (1) when you’re going to be done with the project, and (2) …
I’m starting to think that credentials don’t matter in the slightest. … Attaining my PMP credential was a fairly simple exercise in memorization and doing enough practice tests. It is difficult, don’t get me wrong, but the act of getting a PMP is a completely different skill set than being an excellent project manager.
Let’s settle this right here, right now. Should you use Waterfall (Predictive) Project Management or Agile “Project Management” for your next project? What about “Hybrid”? It’s a common question to ask, with a very simple answer: