Category Archives: Better Project Management

What Makes an Excellent Project Manager?

The project manager is responsible for all project processes, from recruiting the team to the successful completion of the work. In addition, project management acts as a link between the customer and the contractor. With a chaotic reality and cold professionalism, they translate assignments from technical to human language. What makes an excellent project manager? Continue reading What Makes an Excellent Project Manager?

What’s the Most Popular Project Management Methodology Today?

Project management is a field that is constantly changing and has become increasingly present in virtually every industry. The work that needs to be done can take on many different approaches, and understanding the different types of project management methodologies is key to consistently achieving the desired results. What’s the most popular project management methodology today? Continue reading What’s the Most Popular Project Management Methodology Today?

What are the Barriers to Project Implementation?

Communication is the one tool your managerial toolbox cannot do without. Without effective and timely communication, barriers to project implementation and development will surface and as a result, the organization will have a difficult time reaching its project objectives. What are the barriers to project implementation? Continue reading What are the Barriers to Project Implementation?

What Are the Final 3 Phases of Project Management?

The first two phases include project initiation and project planning. The final three phases of Project Management complete the Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle or process approach to business process management with Project Execution, Project Monitoring & Control, and Project Review & Close. Continue reading What Are the Final 3 Phases of Project Management?

What are The Best Project Planning Tools?

Finding good project management software can take you a long way in your project management journey. However, finding a project management tool that suits your business needs can be quite difficult. This is why we have compiled a list of the best project planning tools for your business. Continue reading What are The Best Project Planning Tools?

How Do You Prepare a Project Management Checklist?

How do you ensure that projects and tasks get completed on time, on budget, and to your quality standards? Creating a project management checklist can help you achieve this.  In this post, we’re going to share how you can create and integrate better project management checklists into your team’s workflow.  Continue reading How Do You Prepare a Project Management Checklist?

5 Tips That Will Strengthen Remote Project Managers

Circumstances may arise that require a company to change from working in an office to working projects from home. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, more project teams have found themselves needing to work from home. Therefore, the roles of staff and particularly that of project managers will need to adjust. In adapting to this new way of work-life, project managers have unique challenges to overcome. Communication, people management, project coordination, and collaboration become a bit more complicated. Continue reading 5 Tips That Will Strengthen Remote Project Managers

What Skills do Project Managers Need?

The digital business ecosystem has been flourishing for a long time now, with more companies switching to remote work, freelance collaborations, and hiring digital nomads. These factors alone have had their impact on how companies assign different managerial roles. What kind of skills are considered essential for the performance and success for a good project manager? Continue reading What Skills do Project Managers Need?

What Is Project Planning?

The first phase in any project management process is project initiation, where the goal is to uncover the project’s scope — the boundaries for resources, expectations, results, feasibility, the team, and your requirements — and produce a project charter. Now that you know the project’s goals and scope and you have a project charter, you can move onto the next step: project planning. Continue reading What Is Project Planning?