Failure to provide an appropriate level of risk infrastructure can cripple risk management in an organisation. Too little support makes it difficult to implement the risk process efficiently, while too much infrastructure adds to the cost overhead.
The longstanding rivalry between Agile and Waterfall processes is really over the primacy of scope in a project. Which is best? Two advocates plead their case.
Brooke Emmett of construction company Fulton Hogan has been named Project Manager of the Year at the National Association for Women in Construction (NAWIC) Awards for Excellence.
When it comes to furthering your project management career, a well written professional CV is essential. Former recruiter Shilpa Nayyer shares five key things that employers and recruiters look for in project manager CVs.
A new generation of students is forcing universities into an era of rapid change. Jon Baldwin explains how adopting an agile approach may alleviate the pressure.
The next generation of project managers
The next generation of project managers will not always tread a well-worn path from disciplines such as construction/engineering and IT/software as industries such as finance, health and design become thirsty for project managers. Deborah Singerman on why a diverse range of skills and experience is perfect for a project management career.
How to build an effective steering committee
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.