Leaving project management skills development to on-the-job training is leaving a lot to chance for engineers. Projects today are increasingly complex and the pressure to maintain scope, schedule and cost higher than ever. Engineers can better serve their organization, clients, and themselves by developing their project management skills.
“My boss wants a lot of work done, and he’s put me in the project management role. But I don’t think he really understands what a project manager does.” PM expert Elizabeth Harrin offers her advice for educating your boss and gaining buy-in.
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We talked to engineering project manager Andrew Morton to find out how his team operates at Starfish Medical, a medical device design consultancy.
So, you’ve been tasked with leading project management at a company that thinks Agile is a verb and Waterfall is nature’s perfect photo opp. Where do you begin? PM expert Andy Silber gives you four steps to get started.
While there are many reasons why projects go off the rails, one of the most common is a lack of buy-in from the stakeholders, including members of the senior executive team. Here’s how to secure the buy-in that’s crucial to project delivery.
If you are implementing Agile practices in your organization, you likely recognize it isn’t a textbook transition. Transitioning to an Agile team is a change in mindset, team organization, and the team’s culture.