Add Competent Project Managers to Your Project Management Methodology!
dec 28, 2009
As we get ready to enter a new year, let’s talk a bit about another key element of your project management methodology: the underlying competencies required for effective and successful project managers. I recently had a client ask me to name my top 3 competencies for successful project managers. Here’s my list and why I […]
Creating a Project Management Methodology: Building an Effective Road Map
dec 20, 2009
Now that we have taken a high-level look at the three key parts of the project life cycle, it’s time to start mapping our project management methodology to the typical phases or stages found in our current projects. If you have an existing Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) this is the time to dust it […]
Creating a Project Management Methodology: Controlled Start, Middle and End
dec 13, 2009
Before we begin to define the details of our project management methodology, let’s have a look at the three key parts of our project life cycle: the controlled start, middle and end of the project. When I think about my projects, one way to keep in mind what needs to be done is to know […]
Considering a Project Management Methodology?
nov 9, 2009
In many organizations, efforts are currently underway to build an effective project management methodology targeting successful project outcomes. Practical and relevant project management methodologies are an excellent way to produce consistent project results over time. The trick is to have the right amount of methodology combined with a number of other factors in order to […]