How the world does business is changing, so too are the job requirements for project managers. We examine what’s new and changing, and how salary reflects that.
In the realm of project leadership, there are lead characters and key protagonists that – while they all play a part – have distinct definitions. We look at the pivotal Scrum Master and the Project Manager.
Excelling at managing project management's 'triple threat' in tandem has always been an essential part of the role. However, there are some new constraints emerging on the block.
Making a decision on project management system investment is often a complex manoeuvre, so it pays to invest in the process of selecting the right system for your project and overall company needs.
Whether it is working within tight budgetary constraints or facing unexpected cost blowouts, the financial angle of project management is the one that needs to be closely monitored to ensure delivery success.
While we’d all like to think that we wouldn’t cut corners, the issue is that money plays a huge part in the planning and management of projects. Faced with warring priorities of ethics and cash, many project managers and contractors are not trained to recognise ethical dilemmas until it is too late.
Forces of nature aren’t the only disasters project managers need to be prepared for. Read these steps for mitigating catastrophic events.
When thinking about hiring talent for your next project, consider just some of the benefits of putting in a few extra miles to place the right workers.
While streamlining project processes is an obvious way to save money, managing people efficiently means better skills and knowledge transfers across your organisation.
The ‘go green’ switch has long been planted on the agenda of CEOs and boardrooms. But now that the shift in green consciousness has taken hold in many businesses, the task of sustainability is a priority.