Technology

Simple Steps to Power Up Your Project Communications

Whether your next project is a routine endeavor for your organization or it’s the highest profile effort you’ve ever tackled, your communication strategy will play a key role in moving your initiative to a successful completion. Delivering clear and concise messages is important at every stage in the project lifecycle. Between your internal team members,…

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Project Portfolio Management: Not Just for IT Anymore

In many organizations, a portfolio management strategy was traditionally reserved for IT projects. Keeping a handle on the various technology initiatives—which are often proposed by different lines of business and haven’t always undergone an assessment by the IT group before receiving approval—proved challenging. Companies found that managing projects at a portfolio level was a useful…

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5 Reasons Good Project Data is More Important than Ever

The use of data to power decisions and shape strategy has long been a foundational component in successful project and portfolio management. From developing task duration estimates to calculating an initiative’s expected return on investment, businesses need access to data they can trust. However, today’s project teams rely even more heavily on up-to-date information than…

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Remote Project Management: Make Flexibility Your Strength

For organizations unaccustomed to supporting a dispersed workforce, the lack of a single shared job location can create worries about weakness. Will communications break down if we can’t talk face to face? How can we solve problems and brainstorm if we aren’t together as a group? How will scattered team members get the latest information?…

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Remote Project Management: Keep Your Communications Going

With COVID-19’s effects disrupting more organizations’ activities every day, some project teams are struggling to make the shift to working remotely. Maintaining strong connections internally as well as with stakeholders is critical for PMs to continue moving projects to a successful completion. No matter if you have one or two team members supporting your project…

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Embracing the Omnichannel Movement in Project Management

Between continuous technology innovation and an increasingly global marketplace, many companies are rethinking their business strategies. Add in changing workforce and supply chain dynamics, and project teams are also taking a fresh look at the supporting processes they use to engage stakeholders and maintain strong connections across multi-discipline groups. Expectations around communications have changed in…

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Two Project Technology Traps to Avoid

Project teams can reap enormous benefits with the help of technology. From keeping e-mails flowing when they’re on the go to getting the latest status reports on a can’t-fail initiative, technology empowers people at every level to know more and to accomplish more. But if there isn’t a thoughtful approach behind your technology deployments—or if…

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Get Your Technology Projects the Help They Need

Technology projects frequently include a number of technical aspects that are outside the project team’s areas of expertise. It’s tempting to try to save time or expense by tackling all of these niche areas on your own, but with the importance technology plays in business today and the increasing complexity of the latest generation of…

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Project Software and You

Project Software and other technology tools drive many business functions—from the routine to the critical—and project management is no different. There are a number of platforms out there to help teams keep track of their project activities. Some systems help with scheduling labor, others with resource allocations, and still others focus on budget adherence. A…

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Project Experience

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Portfolio Management
Successful portfolio management calls for exceptional data management skills and diligent oversight across multiple efforts.
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Manufacturing
Demanding, time sensitive, and finely tuned, manufacturing projects require close attention and experienced oversight.
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IT Projects
Organizations must be able to successfully execute challenging and highly visible technology projects to maximize revenue.
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Power Plants
Power Plants must be able to keep these vital infrastructure assets current, efficient, and economically positive.
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Energy
High-profile hurdles and expensive risks of failure make these projects critical to manage properly from the very beginning.
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Aerospace
Presents complexities at nearly every stage, from allocating resources to controlling schedule variances, or clearing regulatory & safety hurdles.
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Cross-Functional
Ensuring team members are able to move outside the silos of their department or discipline is the key to achieving success.
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Product Dev
Design and other early-stage activities must be carefully orchestrated while maintaining visibility on future impacts and resource needs.
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Mergers & Acquisitions
Among the riskiest and most strategically important initiatives a company can undertake, and their outcomes can make or break the business.
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Finance & Insurance
Technology implementations call for the right level of planning detail and diligent oversight.
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ERP & SAP
An ERP implementation can be among the most disruptive and strategically important initiative an organization can undertake.