We explore some of the essential soft skills that all project managers need to survive and thrive .
Research shows that there’s a widening gap between employers’ need for skilled project management workers and the availability of professionals to fill these roles across the globe.
The Project Initiation Management course offered by RMIT University aims to equip students with the requisite industry knowledge and experience, to produce competitive employees ready to tackle the market.
Project management can feel like a juggling act, especially when your team keeps dropping the ball. Discover our top tips for ensuring your well thought out plans don’t fall by the wayside after the meeting.
Project management is constantly evolving and changing. Here’s what 2018 looks set to bring for this important discipline.
Technology presents numerous avenues for those willing to embrace it. Here’s what you need to dive into new and exciting ventures.
Aside from the competitive remuneration packages and highly desirable working conditions, your skills and knowledge base will grow significantly and carry you through several career changes.
Having an expert involved in your project can significantly reduce the number of problems that crop up, yet inherent bias can also have a negative affect. Teams should work together with experts to help achieve the best outcomes.
Companies across the world are embracing new developments in technology and the digital skills of project managers to assist them with every facet of their project management processes, to remain ahead of the curve.
In the rapidly changing field of project management, this infographic highlights the tools needed for success as a new-age project manager.