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Why Enterprise Project Management Initiatives Fail

Paul Strebel wrote in the Harvard Business Review (May-June 1996), “Corporate reengineering success rates in Fortune 1,000 companies are well below 50%; some say they are as low as 20%.” A...

Writing Effective Project Requirements

Requirements are (or should be) the foundation for every project. Put most simply, a requirement is a need. This problem, this need, leads to the requirements, and everything else in the project build...

Ask the Teacher: Are You Ready for Project Server?

Question: We installed the software for Microsoft Project Server. I’m not sure my users are ready to use it yet. What are my next steps? Answer: This question could take volumes to answer but I&...

Managing Portfolios with Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007

Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 (PPS 2007) does an excellent job of aligning projects, programs and applications with an organization’s strategic priorities. PPS 2007 provides three key...

Managing the Fuzzy Front End of Projects

The Fuzzy Front End Project life cycle can take many forms; the waterfall model was the state of the art model for many years. Agile approaches are becoming the current state of the art while the Spir...