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In The Hill’sCongress Blog, an influential “must-read” for U.S. lawmakers, PMI President and CEO Mark A. Langley explains how program management, as practiced by the private sector, can help the U.S. government reduce wasteful spending and support infrastructure projects.
Project managers have the potential to be great change agents and, in that role, enact change at the project level. In order to do that, project managers must help people accept change. Be empathetic to how individuals react to change – with shock, anger, resistance and acceptance.
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Change orders are unavoidable in construction projects, but they can be controlled and reduced with appropriate project planning tools and processes. In this article, Gayraj Acharya, PhD, PMP, focuses on the change order cost in a recently completed construction project. [1 MB]
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Project-Driven Technology Strategy
Described as "a master class taught by your most thought-provoking professor,” this work by Robert N. McGrath, PhD, PMP uses classic economic theory to present a new perspective on the art and science of strategy and project management.
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Lean Into Savings
Poor planning. Communication breakdowns. Delivery inefficiencies. Do these problems sound familiar? Lean principles can help. [337 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.
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