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Portfolio Management with Project for the Web

Project Portfolio Management, or PPM, is the continuous process of selecting, prioritizing, executing, and monitoring all the projects and portfolios in an organization. PPM’s primary goal is to judge...

The Power of PowerBI

I must admit, I am in love with a tool. Yes, I said that out loud, and I don’t regret it. You may be wondering how someone can be in love with a tool, but it’s true. I am kidding, of course, about lov...

Understanding and Using Resource Graph View in MS Project

The Microsoft Project software tool comes with a number of view options, which, at a high level, can be thought of as Task Views and Resource Views. While views such as Gantt Chart, Team Planner, Reso...

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$99 Sale!  Members and teams get 23% off your annual membership renewal or annual subscription now through September 30th!  To lock in a discount on your annual subscription price use coupon “mp...

The GRIDALL Model as a Project Management Framework

A typical project management methodology (PMM) will facilitate knowledge management, repeatability, comparability, quality, and future impact. An organization that fails to develop and implement a PMM...

The Project Communication Plan

For small projects, communication can be quite simple. Communication for the project of heading home after the holidays might be no more than “Call us when you get there.” But good communication grows...

Webinar Recap: Do You Know How to Recover a Project?

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Bill Dow’s session, Do You Know How to Recover a Project, being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to use this ...

The Close Sibling of Communications and Stakeholder Management: Resource Management

In one of my earlier articles, The Twins–Communications and Stakeholder Management, I outlined how deeply and closely these two knowledge areas of the PMBOK® guide interact with each other. We saw a g...

The Twins – Communications Management and Stakeholder Management

The following true story was shared in one of my classes by a senior manager from a global corporation in South Korea. The manager’s team had worked over six months and was gearing up for a firmware r...

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