The latest happenings and issues impacting the PM community...
Completed two months ahead of schedule and $100 million under budget, the CH2M HILL-led Prairie Waters Project has received Project Management Institute's 2011 Project of the Year Award.
With an unprecedented 96 percent project success rate, Dell Services’ Healthcare and Life Sciences team wins the 2011 Project Management Office of the Year award.
Mindjet is also introducing a cloud-based collaboration service and a new version of its collaborative work management solution.
RMC has partnered with Agile thought-leader Mike Griffiths to create a PMI-ACP exam prep guide, which will be available early next year.
New board members will join nine returning members to help guide the organization’s growth in the coming year.
The Agile2011 Conference drew more than 1,600 attendees to Salt Lake City, where dozens of companies showcased new technology solutions and training offerings. Here is a recap from the busy exhibition floor.
Trainer and author Barbara Carkenord joins RMC to lead newly formed business analysis training practice.
A survey finds 70 percent of information workers don’t believe status meetings help them accomplish work tasks, and 40 percent view status meetings as a waste of time.
The developer of Theory of Constraints and Critical Chain Project Management, Goldratt’s influence was deepest in manufacturing and military sectors, and his ideas were widely discussed in project management circles.
The Project Management Institute’s Pulse of the Profession report offers data on organizational project management trends.