Should Project Managers be Leaders or Administrators?

This is a question I hear a lot when working with the government and private sector. Should project managers be leaders or administrators? This question implies assumptions and spurs additional questions. The assumption is what role the project manager plays within the organization. In reality this role is different in different organizations. Additional questions will […]
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Making Changes to your Projects? Steps to ensure success.

Are you planning some changes in the way you do things on your projects? If this is true, you might want to assess how difficult the changes will be and what steps you should take to ensure success. For some great ideas check out the following web-site on Change Management: http://theheartofchange.com and complete their Change […]
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Do you need a Project Management Office?

Do you need a Project Management Office? Are you working within a busy project environment and wondering whether a PMO would be beneficial or not? I have two questions for you: 1. What kind of pain is your project management environment experiencing? 2. Would the benefits of a typical PMO be of any worth to […]
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Your Project Management Perspective

The next time you run a project think about the perspective you have of your organization and whether it impacts the way you plan, execute and manage projects. There are many ways to view an organization and the perspective you choose typically has a direct impact on how you do what you do as a […]
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