How wrong priorities can lead to bad decisions

Prioritization at a strategic and operational level is often the difference between success and failure, but many organizations do this poorly and this leads to utter chaos and ultimate failure of the project. Sometimes the senior executives are under the impression that they’ve made the priorities crystal clear, but in reality, they’ve made a real…
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The 4 stages of Project Management

One goes through different stages of project management whether be it while being in charge of developing a website, designing a car or moving a department to a new facility. Most phases have different qualities yet they overlap. Here’s an overview of each phase and its typical activities   Planning: How to map out a…
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What type of Project Manager are you?

Skilled project managers are critical to businesses. They lead and implement complex, project-based processes supported by teams of workers. They oversee the individual tasks that move a project toward completion. Therefore, it would be fair to say that the ultimate success or failure of a project depends in large parts on the project manager’s competency.…
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4 Project Management Tips to Keep Your Virtual Team on Track

Advantages of separated teams do exist but so do the disadvantages, such as language issues, time zones, different work environments, contradicting priorities etc. Here are 4 secrets to keeping the team running smoothly without any obstacles.   1. Avoid communication through email Emails these days are the primary ways in which an organization communicates, as…
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5 Top Reasons Why I Want That Project

I have generally worked in professional services organizations where resources are managed and assigned to projects by some ‘gatekeepers’ who are keeping track of their availability and project utilization rates. Similar gatekeepers are also managing the overall project portfolio…prioritizing projects and assigning them to project managers based on areas of experience and availability to take…
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