We often hear that projects end up costing more than estimated or that the completion date has been pushed back many times. Most project managers have at one time or another
After an intensive period of work, we often notice in the summer period that there is a bit more space in our agenda. You get some space
Being a project manager in an organization is not an easy task. Day after day you try to manage others to achieve the project goals. Often you
"There is no I in team" is an open door, right? A saying that is so old and widely used, yet relevant in so many ways and yet
A survey shows that 86% of respondents using a project management office stated that the PMO leads to more successful projects. Another
Kind of crazy to write as a title that sometimes it's better to know where you stand than to know where you want to go.
Self-directed project teams, it sounds great! Where exactly do you start if you, as a program manager, want to introduce this methodology into your organization? How do you strengthen your adaptability
We created the PMO Academy specifically for PMOs who want to take the next step in their careers. "Can you make sure we have uniformity
As a project manager, do you see that your project is consistently short of resources? Asking for additional resources can always trigger a discussion with the client.
What do you do if your project derails? You can compare a project to a train; you need a track, switches to move the train from
If there is one sector that is constantly innovating, it is healthcare. Innovative developments follow in rapid succession. Developments
A major pitfall among project managers is the so-called "sunk cost fallacy. As a project manager, making decisions is an essential part of your daily routine.