When something goes wrong, people always want to know why. Why did this happen? Why did this go wrong? It’s a logical question, but stopping there is likely to lead to a dead end. To get to the root cause of your problem, use the 5 Whys method.
Huge datasets and complex analytics are trending right now, but this big data is nothing without little data. Andy Silber breaks down what it is and what it means for project managers.
When you see a column of bright red flames running alongside your project plans, it can be a bit unsettling. That’s why we’ve added more intuitive alerts to help you understand the severity of a risk.
During the annual budget cycle, portfolio planning or even the adhoc “just-go-do-it” project, project management resource planning and funding can be marginalized and even entirely overlooked. That’s a mistake, says project management expert Andy Makar.
If you’re a project manager with big data skills and knowledge, the manufacturing industry wants to talk to you.
PM expert Elizabeth Harrin answers the question: “How can I be more productive when working on a project or task? It feels like I’m spending so much time just staying on top of things.”
Congrats! You’re the proud owner of a new project management tool. Now you need to convince your team to use it. Here’s a tip: sell benefits, not features.