What projects are best served by using an Agile methodology? This is an interesting question raised during and after the PCM webinar entitled "Agile Project Management Methodologies". This question has been contemplated, discussed, and debated over the years.
I've had at least one person tell m
We’ve recently been through what seems like another round of endless audits here at our university. Focussing on user security and role access has made us reflect on the EU GDPR (European Union – General Data Protection Regulation) implemented in 2018 and how this may impact our future approach to t
Team norms. Every team has them whether they are documented or not. When you are part of a team there is a rhythm that the members know and outsiders quickly pick up on. For example, do meetings start on time or do people typically arrive late?
As trainers and project managers, we all need to be aware of making our training materials accessible so that they may be used by all of our end users – those with and without disabilities.
If your world is anything close to mine, you’ve got new projects coming online (and others hopefully closing) on a frequent basis. One challenge presented by project start-up relates to project staffing. Often, we are engaging staff that have had little, if any, project experience.