Although project management maturity in Nepal is in its early stages, the idea of capturing tacit and explicit knowledge in order to help project managers better manage projects has been well-received, writes Andrew Dahal.
Far too many sponsors, executives and project managers waste time in ineffective steering committee meetings. Dr Lynda Bourne provides advice that could save your project control board thousands of dollars in wasted time.
It might sound like something that lurks in damp soil, but process ROT is actually becoming a widespread problem for many organisations, writes Ivan Seselj. Here’s how to avoid using redundant, obsolete and/or trivial information.
There are always some potentially damaging project risks that are currently unknown to us and therefore impossible to add to the Risk Register. Michael Baron gives us four strategies to deal with them.
Ineffective project governance causes more project failures than ineffective project management. It is therefore up to the project manager to ensure success rather than just supervise delivery’, writes Jed Simms.