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  • Implementing a core competency management system member content open

    By Quilliam, James D. Only when program managers develop the competencies needed to estimate multiple costs and manage multiple schedules can they effectively achieve success. This paper examines an approach to…

  • The six unspoken habits of highly effective program managers member content open

    By Haddad, Raed S. Much research has detailed the technical skills needed to properly manage projects. And increasingly, over the past two decades, researchers have also added to this mix the soft skills of managing…

  • Power up your program management skills: gaining key proficiencies member content open

    By Ward, J. LeRoy Project managers and program managers share many common competencies. But what sets each type of project professional apart are the distinct skills needed to manage projects and programs. This paper…

  • Evolution of the brainstorming and planning member content open

    By Conrad, Brandon Mindmapping is a proven technique for discovering solutions and identifying threats. This paper examines how project managers can use mindmapping as a tool for developing project plans. In doing so,…

  • Achieving program success through an integrated strategic project management framework member content open

    By Giri, Jiwan | Lambert, Laurie Today's organizations are increasingly looking for those project managers with the skills to manage projects and programs that contribute to realizing strategic objectives. This paper examineshow…

  • Get Microsoft® Project to work for you instead of against you member content open

    By Lewis, Cindy | Ambriz Avelar, Rodolfo Microsoft Project is a powerful tool that can potentially help project managers monitor and control their project schedules more effectively. But many project practitioners steer away from this tool…

  • The sandwich generation member content open

    By Gilbert, Jonathan Because changes are occurring continually in the business environment, organizations need to effectively empower middle managers--the linchpin between executive and employees--with the authority to…

  • Putting "people" at the center of project management member content open

    By Cooke-Davies, Terry | Patton, Scott E. Only during the past decade have project professionals shifted their focus from the technical aspects of managing projects to the leadership competencies required to manage project teams. This paper…