Category Archives: project management training

Where Does the Time Go?

How often do you ask yourself this question? Are your projects getting done on time or are they consistently late? Do task delays multiply in a domino effect? Are you profitable or are over-budget tasks digging deeply into your margins? These questions frustrate us as managers, project managers and front-line leaders. The most common time […]

Agile: the future has arrived!

Peter Drucker cautioned that managers need to be concerned less about predicting the future and pay more attention to “The futures that have already happened”. Well it’s happened again; the future is here! Agile is out of the box and is no longer an arcane idea restricted to a radical cohort of software developers who […]

Are you a Happy Project Manager?

Science indicates that the happier we are, the more productive we tend to be. Reference the work of Professor Wright at Fordham or the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley. When we are happy, our lives are more balanced, we do higher quality work and our output is more sustainable. So the question becomes […]

The Cost of Doing Nothing

While it is a fact that the value of effective project management and impactful leadership training can be measured in dollars and days these quantitative metrics only tell a part of the story. In fact, the direct costs are only the tip of the iceberg when we consider the real costs of ineffective communications. Studies […]