We all accept that we have to pay taxes. Do we welcome April 15th with open arms? Nope. The difference between end user acceptance and end user adoption.
Whether you’ve spent hours in the stands or don’t know an RBI from HBO, baseball can offer us lessons on life and project management.
Measuring project success right after implementation is akin to evaluating how well your new drill looks in the box on the way home from the hardware store.
We can’t all be decision makers all of the time. When someone mistakenly thinks they are a decision maker, how do you tell them they are not?
It’s easy to draft a project charter, then not look at it again. These tips will make sure your project charter carries you through the project lifecycle.
5 Rules of Engagement for working with your Project Management Consulting Firm
From selecting the right tool for the job to developing a repeatable swing (or process) there are many lessons the project manager can learn from golf.
An interview with Keith Parker, Principal at Trillium Professional Services, about the STP bike ride and project management.
Five tips from Rosie the Dog for identifying user requirements to help ensure end user adoption of your IT projects.
Why you need an organized and methodical way of taking on new projects within your organization for effective project portfolio management.