The latest happenings and issues impacting the PM community...
Three academic research projects will receive funding from Project Management Institute to advance knowledge of the value of project management in various environments and types of organizations.
Three schools join the ranks of institutions offering PMI-accredited project management degree programs.
A new study shows that more than a third of projects are at risk and, not surprising, a key factor for recovering troubled projects is the actions of the project managers.
Online directory created to help organizations search for and connect with consulting forms that best suit their business needs and strategic goals.
A new survey by IIBA and Forrester provides information about business analysts, including backgrounds, skills, responsibilities and aspirations.
The sixth annual award recognizes visionary and proven project management offices. Past winners include EDS, Rockwell Automation and IBM Corp.
Three-day event in Boston will explore how serious play, collaboration and experiential learning apply to the field of agile software development and project management.
An anniversary event in Utah celebrates the Agile Manifesto, gathering five of the original authors and others to address future industry challenges.
The latest snapshot of project management trends from the ProjectsAtWork community shows smaller projects continued to rule in 2010, more projects were cancelled, more organizations invested in PM and PPM solutions, and PMOs increased their reach.
A new federal report outlines 25 ways to reform the government’s IT programs, including creating a career path for program managers and building greater transparency into project portfolios. Essential elements transfer private-sector wisdom to the public agencies struggling to realize benefit for the billions expended. Industry supporters laud the plan and its clear accountability.