5 Steps for identifying project dependencies and constraints

By | April 15, 2016

Dependencies and constraints will always be there when it comes to accomplishment of any project. The first thing that a good project manager knows is that all projects have to go through a marathon of hardship. There is a basic difference between assumptions and projects; projects do have some critical dependencies and constraints as it… Read More »

Advantages of being a PMP Certified Project Manager

By | March 13, 2016

PMP certification has turned into a profoundly respectable and obligatory certification in today’s business environment. Regardless of how great you are or how experienced or old your organization is, if you are a PMP certified Project Manager it will add to your  staff’s capabilities is unquestionably going to give you an edge. There is a… Read More »

E-procurement System and Transparency in the Procurement Process

By | February 15, 2016

Many organisations admit that with the adoption of E-procurement system, their procurement process has greatly improved. E-procurement has many benefits ranging from increased transparency in the procurement system and saving organisations money and time by simplifying transactions. Many organisations and individuals believe that with the adoption of E-procurement into their systems, corruption will end and… Read More »

Gamble on a project – Take the plunge or not?

By | December 25, 2015

You’re willing to make a project ? Expecting BIG returns ? working on making a fortune of your business ? … First, you have to learn the project perspectives and make some logical decisions. You have to know that the project you’re willing to make is either an investment or a gamble on a project. Whether it is… Read More »

Time Management – The key to being a successful Project Manager

By | December 13, 2015

Do you think that it is gone too far with the management of your project ? are you overburdened ? do you feel overwhelmed ? You have lots of work to do in the office, many projects to run, and people to speak with ? You want to spend time with family and not feel a stranger between them… Read More »

Visual Planning: Easier Project Management

By | November 26, 2015

Whether you are a “visual” individual who needs to see things well in order to comprehend or a sound-related individual who prefers hearing things for a better understanding, I think we can all concur that a visual planning framework for project management is an incredible approach to go. Particularly if it fits our project scheduling… Read More »

Workplace Conflicts – A Project Manager’s Perspective

By | October 14, 2015

Workplace conflicts are the worst thing that can happen in a company, they can negatively affect the efficiency of the team, and when this takes place, projects can be ruined and the work atmosphere would not be comfortable for team members. Workplace conflicts can not be avoided, but it is necessary to reduce them as much as… Read More »

PMP Exam Changes 2015 : A complete guide

By | July 2, 2015

PMI announced that there are some upcoming changes to the PMP Exam. Starting November 2015 there are certain PMP exam changes which students will need to be aware of. PMI recently made changes to the PMBOK. You can read about that in detail here. Below guide will provide a comprehensive insight into these upcoming PMP exam… Read More »