I have just returned from ITx – New Zealand’s biggest tech conference, and after (what felt like) hundreds of conversations about PPM tools, these seem to be the common grievances:
You want to increase your project’s chances of success, so which project management methodology should you choose? Waterfall, Agile, critical chain, six sigma or a hybrid?
Choosing the right equipment for a job is not always as clear cut as you might expect. I know this because I once walked the Milford Track with a certain Australian who chose to forego the traditional tramping boots and wore a pair of Crocs instead.
There is a powerful combination of elements that all successful IT projects have in common, and when I started writing about these I was reminded of the parallels between project management, and another passion of mine, scuba diving.
A Project Manager should never be in the situation of facing a budget blowout that they didn’t see coming. Effective tracking should allow detection of potential cost issues when they are still just a speck on the horizon.
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