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Only 6% of organizations have a project professional in the executive suite — but those who do can reap big benefits. See “A Place at the Top.”
Organizations need to appoint the right individuals as project sponsors, and project managers and executives should actively support a sponsor’s effectiveness. Get the details in a recent Voices post from Mario Trentim, PMP, PMI-RMP.
Articles written and reviewed by project managers to advance the body of knowledge
By Richard Bernheim, MBA, PMP
Studies indicate that 80% of information technology project challenges are caused by people challenges, and success rates would improve if greater attention was paid to the human side of project management. The article provides a framework for understanding personality traits and explains the need for continuous improvement of “soft” skills. [330 KB]
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The Project Management Office (PMO): A Quest for Understanding
By Brian Hobbs and Monique Aubry
This book addresses the roles that PMOs play in organizations and provides insights for better creating, structuring and governing PMOs.
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Blockbuster Project Management
Faced with the added complexities of working with integrated teams of creative and tech experts, entertainment project managers embrace the best of both worlds. See “Let Us Entertain You.” [972 KB]
With insights from project management leaders and practitioners, Pulse of the Profession examines the major business drivers and key industry trends that organizations face — and the activities they can undertake to be more successful.
Check out our resources on this vital facet of project, program and portfolio management. Change management is a critical leadership competency that complements technical skills and business acumen.
Proper management of requirements can help you meet stakeholders’ needs and achieve strategic goals. See our resources to help sharpen your expertise.
A joint collaboration between PMI, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Lean Advancement Initiative, this guide can help organizations cut down on waste, reduce program risk and improve ROI.
Research findings on the impact of the economy on the project management community
A clear, concise and standardized set of project, program and portfolio management definitions.
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