The latest happenings and issues impacting the PM community...
A recent survey suggests that U.S. healthcare organizations will require up to 25,000 experienced project managers over the next five years to meet the demands of advanced technology initiatives and health insurance reform.
New Facebook page for Projects@Work launched to encourage editorial comments, suggestions and new contributions.
A draft release by the International Institute of Business Analysis seeks feedback on the applicability and application of the various business analysis techniques on Agile projects.
Software industry executive John Baldwin joins company as CEO to drive next phase of growth for project and portfolio management solutions provider.
Project Management Institute pays tribute to Dr. David Cleland for “a lifetime of achievement” to project management and the profession. Top researchers and educators also honored at conference.
A recent survey focuses on the role of business analysts and requirements management in Agile IT projects.
A new global survey indicates that many outsourced projects are jeopardized by poor risk management. Pervasive challenges include a lack of foundational skills and processes, requirements gaps, and vendor delays.
How’s the job going? Here’s the latest snapshot of project management trends and opinions from the ProjectsAtWork 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.