5 Secret Killers of Your IT PMO: Part 2
5 Secret Killers of Your IT PMO: Part 3
What Skills Will You Need for the Future Workplace? 6 Thought Leaders Weigh In
The workplace is changing fast, and while sometimes it feels like we can barely keep up, it’s vital that we’re prepared for the future too.
More knowledge workers are entering the workforce and there are new uses of technology that make managing work easier. But, the workplace of the future will
Never Stop Learning: 3 Stages to Keep Your Agile Marketing Mastery Growing
This year, our special guest star on all things Agile marketing, Andrea Fryrear, will be providing Agile marketing newbies with a monthly step-by-step guide to their first year as an Agile marketer. This post is the ninth in the series. Enjoy!
Agile teams have retrospectives to help them hone in
How the Game of Thrones Houses are Like PM Methodologies
Do you want to know the fastest way to start a fight at a project management convention? It is easy. All you have to do is jump on the stage and ask the audience: "Which project approach is the best?"
I guarantee that everyone in the convention will give you a different answer. Even those that
30 Tips to Take the Pain Out of Reporting
Reporting. Whether you love it or hate it, it’s a necessary part of work life. Regardless of where you fit on the love/hate spectrum for reporting, there is always something you can do to make it a little less painful, more engaging, and helpful for everyone involved.
Below are 30 tips to ensure
6 Tips to Better Resource Management
Knowledge workers spend just 39% of their day on their actual jobs. The rest is taken up by email, meetings, interruptions, etc., according to the Workfront 2016-2017 State of Enterprise Work Report. That means it’s more important than ever to accurately plan and forecast the work you want your
4 Ways to Bring Sexy Back to Governance
No matter the department you work in, I’m sure you want to create seamless experiences for your company and customers. That’s hard to do when so many groups contribute to success, but don’t always collaborate well together.
Enter governance, a central group that oversees standards and looks out for
Insights for Staying Creative & Keeping Top-Tier Talent
4 Keys to the Future of Work
In the enduring French historical novel Les Misérables, Victor Hugo writes:
“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.”
I want to talk about the future. While my previous post discussed the forces that are changing the modern enterprise of today—digitization, millennials, and declining
3 Workplace Revolutions and Future Innovations
There’s a major shift happening in the workplace right now. The way we collaborate, plan projects, and manage our workload is changing, and if businesses aren’t ready they will quickly be left behind.
Understanding exactly what is causing this change gives us some insight into what businesses can
3 Tips For Surviving the Modern Office
In the cult classic Office Space, there’s a scene where not one, but three managers stop by Peter’s desk to see if he got the memo on the new TPS report cover sheets. Because Peter did it the old way once.
By the third disinterested manager who didn’t listen to him, Peter was visibly upset—his work