If you as being a PMI member didn’t already receive a press notice: The new PMI Pulse of the Profession report is out and is available for download on the PMI website as well as also here. Its title this time: Success in Disruptive Times Success starts with the right
PMI members have already received mail, for all others it is available here: The new PMI Pulse of the Profession Report is out. Again it is constituted that companies with a higher maturity in project management have better and more profitable projects – seems to be no wonder. But different
German Companies have discovered efficient project management’s value. But what is often less considered yet by the corporate leaders is the right mix of the many single projects. In Computerwoche’s issue of 12. June 2012 the authors Marcus Berger (Director EMM Consulting) and Dr. Thomas Henkelmann (Director Consulting Sevices, TPG
I admit that this time I take up this year’s PMI report very late due to project engagements, and that while I was “hawking around“ with it at my clients whom I was able to help out of some bad project distresses again this year: Look, You are not the
This year again the Project Management Institute (PMI), being a leading professional institutions in project management, continues its research series with the actual report “The Pulse of the Profession”. This time the study’s and findings’ focus ist hat enterprises which consequently live the fundamental basics of project management achieve significantly
I just read a brilliant article by Keith Ferrazzi at Havard Business Review July/August 2014 about the similarities of Change Management and the AA approach to replace habits – worth reading and adopting for your own project purposes. http://hbr.org/2014/07/managing-change-one-day-at-a-time/ar/1 Enjoy the inspiration!
It doesn’t necessarily need to be meant always serious, but sometimes even postings with a twinkle in the eye are worth publishing. The job offering in the New York Times of January 2, 1972 impressively describes what is expected from a project manager: Advertisement for a facilities planning and development
In its this year’s study the Project Management Institute (PMI) again assesses the actual status of project management maturity of companies and its relation to their results. It’s not astonishing the the report sub-titles this year again “The high Cost of low Performance“, because the statistic rate of projects that