The latest happenings and issues impacting the PM community...
A new project management course at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater offers business students an opportunity to interact with geographically dispersed teams from 15 institutions and seven countries.
Recently launched PMI Agile Community of Practice officially welcomed at reception hosted by IT & Telecom Special Interest Group at PMI North America Global Congress.
PMI chief operating officer Mark Langley shares his thoughts on the turbulent economy, its impact on members, working with the Obama Administration, making Agile inroads, and what’s ahead for the world’s largest project management organization in 2010.
Project Management Institute recognizes Fluor Corp.’s “superior team performance and exemplary execution of project management” in the engineering and construction of an award-winning power plant and related infrastructure in Nevada.
Project Management Institute selects British Airports Authority, Colorado State Patrol and Flour Corp. as finalists for its 2009 Project of the Year award.
A new survey finds that more software development professionals and executives see IT budgets increasing, but project scope and estimation are still concerns.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary says new project plans must be created that meet the requirements of the Program Management Accountability System.
Survey identifies project portfolio management challenges from the perspective of project and program managers.
Entrepreneur will address nation’s dependence on imported oil, which he calls a looming threat to national security and the economy.
Software program management office, founded in 2004, proves instrumental in helping the Milwaukee-based company achieve increased predictability, productivity and visibility.