Projects at Work

A Helping Hand

What you need to know when outsourcing project management services.


Are you and your internal project management staff overcommitted? How often are strategic initiatives or tactical projects behind schedule or overbudget? It's no surprise that for many organizations the answers are often "yes" and "more often than they'd prefer."

The harsh reality for many organizations is that the ranks of project managers are spread too thin and artificially supplemented by engineers, scientists and researchers who, despite their best efforts, are untrained in the knowledge, tools and skills necessary for successful project coordination and completion.

Professionally trained project managers can help resolve these stumbling blocks. They focus their full attention on …



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