Project managers are in the business of improving communication in order to get things accomplished. These four tips show you ways to manage meetings, record tasks-to-do, and empower your clients.
Someone gave you a project to manage, but you don’t know where to start? No problem. You can get all the guidance you need from the movie, The Martian.
Even if the project seems to explode at the last moment, all is not necessarily lost.
What are the danger signs for a project going south? Including the ones you should have recognized? These may sound all too familiar.
Having trouble getting your project done on time and under budget? You’re not alone. Experienced project managers share suggestions about getting the work done without losing your mind.
You need to commit solid study time before you’re ready to take the test for the coveted Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. But you’re busy with work, and the last time you took a test was when you were in school (with that regrettable hairstyle). Study? Study?! How can you possibly do that?!
Ethan Hunt has it easy in Mission: Impossible. He merely needs to stop bad guys in a series of explosively-implausible yet entertaining ways. You, on the other hand, have inherited a project. And the safety of the world – I mean, the project – is at stake.