What is Agile Project Management?

Kathleen Hass, of Project Smart in the UK, says that Agile Project Management is needed “For projects involving a significant software component” where the requirements are “elusive, volatile and subject to change”.

Learning To Lead

So I’m in China today. If you are in China, or interested in going here are the details about attending. If you can’t just hop on a plane to China, that’s cool. Here’s what I’m talking about: Prior to implementing Scrum, many of us are classically trained Project Managers. We are taught to master the … Read More

What can your company do for my business?

If you are thinking about hiring a project manager, you are in the right place. Earlier we defined what project management was, but here we tell you all about how we can help your company successfully complete your biggest company projects.

What is Traditional Project Management?

When explaining anything, it is always a good idea to start with a few definitions. The Project Management Body of Knowledge or “PMBOK” (yes, there is such a thing, but more on it later) defines Traditional Project Management (TPM) as “a set of tools and techniques which can be applied to temporary endeavors that seek to … Read More

Please Pardon Our Progress

In an attempt to provide you better service we are in the process of moving our Blog to our own server. You will notice that the look and feel of the Blog has changed, this is temporary. We are working as fast as we can to install the new Blog and to get it back … Read More

Popular Project Management Phrases – Part One

Last week, as I was teaching a PMP Exam Prep course, I couldn’t help but be reminded of all those PM phrases that we have come to know and love. I thought it might be interesting to examine a few of these phrases and ask the question, “Are they still relevant?” This week’s phrase: “The … Read More