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The Importance of Training

By: Collin Quiring In tough economic times it seems that the first area that receives a budget cut is the training budget.  In some cases, it is cut to nothing at all.  While this is an easy area to save money today, I don’t think that it is wise... (more...)

Project Management as a Standard Standard

By: Collin Quiring   During a class I was teaching on Project Management, I started thinking about how those of us in the Project Management field can help a company implement the standards of PM and make them a “standard” methodology.  There are... (more...)

PMO’s and Role Clarity

BY:  Collin Quiring The Center for Business Practices (CPB) recent research report “The State of the PMO 2007-2008” has me thinking about the Project Management Office in general.  I have worked with a number of clients, some large and some small,... (more...)

Task Drivers – What are They?

In the case of Microsoft Project 2007, Task Drivers are defined as the factors that affect the Start Date of a particular task.  In Project Professional, on the Menu Bar, under Project, is the option to display Task Drivers.  When a task is selected... (more...)

Are we born with certain Project Management skills?

BY: Tanya Foster Ok… maybe we’re not born with them, but do we develop them at an early age?  Have you read about some of the young entrepreneurs of today?  And by young, I mean 18 years old and younger!  Doesn’t that amaze you?  That someone... (more...)

Now That’s a Chunk of Change

By: Tanya Foster As I was reading last month’s PM Network magazine (yes, I know what month we’re in… so I’m a little behind), I came across an article titled “A Hole in the Fence”.  It’s a fairly small article, not one of the 4 or 5 pagers... (more...)

Don’t be Trapped by Experience

By Collin Quiring   In the February, 2008, Harvard Business Review, an article titled “The Experience Trap” reviewed research that showed experience is sometimes a trap that ensnares the Project Manager.  Decision making, planning, reacting, quality,... (more...)

The Value of Project Management

By: Collin Quiring   There are numerous viewpoints and benefits that an individual can demonstrate when presenting the need for Project Management to upper management.  This entry isn’t an attempt to create an exhaustive list, but it is a starting... (more...)

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