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Recruiting good project managers shows that a candidate may have a project qualification does not mean he or she will be any good at doing the job....

I am sure you have all had discussions about being more agile either as an individual or at an organisational level - but does being agile just mean agile projects, for example, when delivering organisation-wide digital solutions? ...

Having recently attended a presentation given by a special interest group on project assurance there didn’t appear to be much evolution in thinking among the audience, on the subject....

Despite claims to the contrary, there is no single approach to planning a project, but for a given project, there is a best one. Adaptive Project Planning takes you through many planning situations you will meet. The authors use stories of real projects to show...

The lost art of conversations - there are times when having a good chat is the very best way of helping decide what you really think about something...

Great benefit analysts - Finding the unicorn! Some years ago we published the results of a survey on what were the key skills and competencies of a portfolio business analyst....

They say identifying lessons learned is a really important part of running a project, and improving PMO knowledge. The reasons are discussed in this blog....