The latest happenings and issues impacting the PM community...
Preliminary results from an ongoing research project suggest that it is not the experience and competence of individuals that matters most to project success; rather, it is the team members’ willingness to share and combine their knowledge.
In response to the flooding in Nashville, the Agile 2010 conference in August has been relocated to Orlando, Florida.
Set for release at the end of 2010, the Practice Standard for Project Estimating draft is now available for comment.
President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote at PMI Global Congress, focusing on globalization and interdependence.
The PMI Agile Community of Practice is seeking agile project management success stories in an online video competition.
Greg Balestrero, who has overseen Project Management Institute’s global expansion and growth since 2002, will retire next January.
Acquisition of Scrum project management tools and training provider helps position CollabNet to expand presence in application lifecycle management market.
After declining 8.2 percent in 2009, IT spending in the United States will grow 6.6 percent in 2010 to $568 billion, according to a new report by Forrester.
The latest snapshot of project management trends and opinions from the ProjectsAtWork community…
Organizations will rely more on project management as the "need to perform trumps survival in 2010," according to a panel of senior executives and consultants.