Project Selection is The Most Important Decision
The first and most important decision in the life of the project is the ‘Go/No Go’ decision.
Most project management training assumes that a project has been approved and is worthwhile.
Project management consulting creates standards: the first standard should be a common format for proposing a potential project.
Terry Schmidt will present a must-see webinar about this critical topic. We’ve begun to introduce the Logical Framework in our project management training and it really works!!
Trust An Expert When Designing Your Practices for Microsoft Project
Organizations that develop standard practices for planning and managing with Microsoft Project discover that it is a powerful tool that can be learned.
If you want to establish standards, don’t attend Microsoft Project training. Hire an expert to help you set up your practices. Then tell the rest of your organization to attend Microsoft Project Training.
Versatile’s Microsoft Project experts wrote the industry’s most popular training: 55205 Mastering Microsoft Project 2016.
Trust us to help you understand what project can do and what you should do.
Can Agile and Waterfall Development Methods Co-Exist?
During a recent project management class at Amazon, we discussed the benefits of traditional waterfall development methods vs agile. Both approaches have their strengths and weaknesses. The capable project manager - like the accomplished carpenter who can use a chain saw and a coping saw - knows both approaches and uses them appropriately.
The current edition of The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management committed a new chapter to this discussion in hopes of providing a better understanding. Watch the following helpful video from www.pmi.org.