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Project Portfolio Management: Project Success Criteria Examples

Not surprisingly, the success of the project portfolio is truly in the eye of the beholder – the stakeholder (execs, customers, the board, etc.). Whether those stakeholders view your projects as successful will likely be based upon…

Happy New Year! A Compilation of the Top Blogs of 2017

How do you feel about New Year’s resolutions? Do you have some of your own, and do you stick to them? Many chose to forgo the tradition of making resolutions for one of two reasons: 1) they’re simply too easy to break, or 2) life is already pretty…

5 Real-World Successful Project Management Examples

Is your organization trying to optimize work portfolios, balance capacity against demand, and link plans and resources to project execution? It’s not always easy to drive change with speed and confidence. Smart companies are always looking…

Checklist to Conquering Collaborative Work Management

I’ve got to admit—I love checklists. There’s something about the action of physically checking a task off that gives you a sense of accomplishment. Plus, when the list starts shrinking, and you get closer to a goal, or simply to the weekend,…

Top Work Collaboration Solution Features for Today’s Workforce

In a previous blog, “How to Get Rid of Chaos with Collaborative Work Management,” I feature a fun infographic that captures the day-in-the-life of Rob (an accidental project manager)—check it out if you haven’t seen it. I really like…

How to Become Agile Using Kanban

Sticky notes—tried and true—until they’re not. Traditional tools such as to-do lists and sticky notes are sufficient when you only have a handful of tasks to complete, but beyond that, you can start to feel lost and disorganized. Complex,…