Patrick Weaver gives a primer on understanding probability to better inform your decisions on risk. This is the first of three articles based on Leonard Mlodinow’s book, The Drunkard’s Walk, on randomness.
Sitting for the PMP exam? Regardless of whose course you have completed, testing your knowledge against questions developed by another person is a good idea. Pat Weaver explains how this prevents rote learning.
“Any profession of any standing knows where it came from and why.” The Australian Institute of Project Management is documenting the origins of modern project management in Australia, writes Adeline Teoh.
‘Management Science, Operations Research and Project Management’ is a comprehensive attempt to link models with problems, giving the project manager some useful additions to his or her toolbox. Full review by Chris Felstead.
Whether you are a current project practitioner or you are considering a career in this profession, you may have thought about obtaining one or more project management credentials. PM Oracles presents the benefits.