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Highlights - Creating an Environment for Successful Projects
By Randy Englund
Organizations that get better results from its projects make consistent and continuing efforts to nourish the environment for selecting and executing projects. The process can start with a survey to... Read More»

What’s the [Complete] Big Idea?
By Randy Englund
A person embracing a more complete project manager mindset integrates key people, organizational, and technical skills. Success in any environment largely depends upon completing successful projects, and successful projects get... Read More»

Are You a Complete Project Manager?
By Randy Englund
While many professionals develop their craft through advanced education and on the job experiences, there comes a time when an enhanced skill set and a new perspective about working with... Read More»

Being World Class, Part 3: PM Skills, Maturity, Judgment, and True Know-How
By Cinda Voegtli
This is my final installment of reviewing the book The World Class Project Manager - A Professional Development Guide. If you missed the first two installments, see #1 here and... Read More»

Book Review: Essential Scrum by Kenny Rubin
By Brian Irwin
I usually do not do book reviews. Perhaps it’s because they make me feel like I’m back in school writing a book report; or, maybe it’s because I feel that... Read More»

Your Project Needs a Better Life
By DeAnna Burghart
"When was the last time you described a project as being full of life?" Questions like this challenge our perspective on projects and teams, perhaps even the very nature of... Read More»

Lessons from Literature
By Randy Englund
As I was putting together materials about creating the project office, I was reminded of some powerful lessons that are universally applicable to most all work. An effective technique during... Read More»

We Received The Wrong Equipment Again? Put A Stop To It.
By Morley Selver, P.Eng IPMA B
What Does The Owner Want? As a consulting engineer we recently did a project where the specification called out asbestos gaskets. Knowing that asbestos has not been used for years... Read More»

Managing with Impact
By Randy Englund
I've recently been thinking about many lessons learned while working in high tech new product development. With regards to management, leadership, and team building in a project environment, please allow... Read More»

PMO Value and Victory - The Most Bang for Your Buck
By Jerry Perone
Each industry has its own rules to live by, its own expectations, and its own operational nuances. Each company within our unique industries also has its own characteristics. Fortunately, the... Read More»

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