How to Ease the Transition Between Project Managers

Posted on October 24th, 2018 · Posted in Decisions, Leadership, Team Management, Workflow

Losing the project manager on a vital project is not only stressful, it can cost your company significant time and resources to get your next project manager up to speed. Here are some tips to help you ease the transition as much as possible. In this industry, we know that..
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Win At Project Management By Avoiding These 5 Common Pitfalls

Posted on June 28th, 2016 · Posted in Entrepreneurship, Project Management, Workflow

In the world of project management, there has been an increase in the number of ill-equipped people being pulled into not only managing their own work, but the work of others too. Each day more people are thrust into the role of “accidental project manager” and for some, are unprepared..
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How to Manage Projects in a Changing Business Landscape

The world of business and project management has drastically changed over the last several years to a decade. We mostly have technology to thank for this. As we’ve discussed, technology has played a huge role in how communicate, manage teams, how we conduct business, and how to improve customers’ experiences...
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How to Handle a Social Media Team

Posted on June 5th, 2014 · Posted in Communication, Management, Task Management, Workflow

Working with a team is a tricky business. It is more daunting when you are managing a social media team which exclusively works online. It’s a balancing act keeping up with a team which members work in different times with diverse tasks, establishing their careers at home and making sure..
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The Only 3 Principles in Managing Your Team

Posted on May 20th, 2014 · Posted in Agile, Communication, Education, Task Management, Workflow

Evolution and progress, leaps and bounds, technology and increase awareness, nothing and everything, all has changed the way people think and work. It has changed the world’s working ethos and truth be told, also miserable when it comes to managing your everything-know-how and sometimes totally virtual team. By 2016, it..
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Shattering 5 Common Myths – Moving Towards Better Project Management

Posted on December 13th, 2013 · Posted in Project Management, Team Management, Workflow

If you’ve got a project on your hands, you will need to plan its development by organizing the resources at your disposal. You will also need to motivate these resources and control them, to develop the project successfully. What you basically need is successful project management from the ground up..
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Five Challenges in Mobile Workforce Management

Posted on November 14th, 2013 · Posted in Workflow

Today’s enterprises are going mobile to cut costs, improve efficiency and remain competitive. But mobile workforce management introduces a few unique challenges to the mix. Here are a few of the common challenges associated with implementing and managing a mobile workforce. Demand for Instant Gratification In today’s world, mobile devices..
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Three Ways to Use Requirement Management Software to Generate Repeat Business

Posted on November 11th, 2013 · Posted in Risk, Small Business, Software, Workflow

There are a number of Requirement Management software tools available in the market. As a Consultant or Business Analyst, naturally it is important to use the software to elicit, gather and manage requirements for successful delivery – but how do you go beyond the deliverable and generate repeat business? The..
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The Breakdown of the Work Breakdown Structure

Posted on October 15th, 2013 · Posted in Management, Project Management, Workflow

When project managers are assigned or take on a new project, it can be a lot of work to determine all the specifications, components, and which portions of the project will be outsourced to other suppliers. A very popular project management technique for organizing the project scope is the Work..
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The World of Project Management and Its Many Hats

Posted on October 4th, 2013 · Posted in Management, Project Management, Workflow

It’s no secret that project managers wear many hats. At times they need to coordinate and manage projects, recruit, train, calculate and maintain budgets, and even see project procurement through, in some cases. In fact, in relation to project procurement, project managers are often both the “buyer” and the “seller”...
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