Monthly Archives: June 2022

The 3 Most Important Things That Define Your Project

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. This guest article is by Dr Mike Clayton, OnlinePMCourses.com. It is a foundation for good project management. We all know this. You can’t manage a mess without it. Scope, goals, … Continue reading

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How to use the SCARF Framework for managing Change in Projects

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. Carole Osterweil, author Project Delivery, Uncertainty, and Neuroscience – A Leader’s Guide to Walking in Fog, was asked by us for her top tip for working in a VUCA setting. … Continue reading

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How to make time for professional development

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. The best project managers invest in their professional development. Although it may not always be easy to learn, it is one of the best ways to stay on top of … Continue reading

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How to add projects in LinkedIn: A Step by Step Guide

Did you know you can add projects on your LinkedIn profile? You can add a section to your LinkedIn page that discusses your professional profile in a new manner: through the projects you have worked on. You should. Let’s learn … Continue reading

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How leadership affects projects (and how you can lead yours)

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. Sarah Coleman is coauthor of Project Leadership, a third edition that explores the interplay between leadership and project management. The 16-year-old edition that was the last edition was published. Yes, … Continue reading

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Josh Nankivel: Coaching: What does a coach do?

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. It’s January which means it is grey and cold outside. We are determined to make this year better than last. This is why I will be spending January focusing my … Continue reading

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Book Review: Project Workflow Management

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. “Project management is a rewarding and exciting profession, but it is also one of the most difficult jobs. Project team members and managers often misunderstand it,” Dan Epstein and Rich … Continue reading

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Book Review: Math For Grownups

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. Management of projects requires math (or maths as we would call it here). You will need to be able to create a budget, use data from time-tracking software, and calculate … Continue reading

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Four Management Styles to Give Feedback to Colleagues. Examples

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. How often do your team members receive positive feedback or praise? You probably do it every day, even though you don’t know it. This article will discuss 4 ways to … Continue reading

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10 Knowledge Areas of Project Management (PMBOK 6), With PPT and PDF

(This post contains affiliate hyperlinks. Please read my full disclosure. The PMBOK(r), Guide – Seventh edition does not cover knowledge areas. Materials on Knowledge Areas are still available in the PMI web guidance, which members have access too, called Standards … Continue reading

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