To become and remain PMP certified, you need to show to the Project Management Institute that you are still actively developing your PM skills. These are measured in 'contact hours' and 'PDUs'. What these are, we explained in this post.
Kaïs Albassir is very experienced with IITL and shares his tips & tricks to improve your Problem Management. He does not forget that one of the main factors is the interference of our humanity. Read on to find out more!
Onboarding is the art of welcoming new employees into an orgnisation. In this article, Agile Research Network shares some techniques for successful Agile onboarding, even remotely!
A PMO is a group or department within an organisation that defines and maintains standards for Project and/or Programme Management. But what is its purpose? Who works in this department? Find out more!
Project Management can help an organisation reach its strategic goals. However, Project Management needs to fit the organisation to be successful. Some organisations will benefit by a Waterfall Methodology, others by an Agile approach. What are the differences between these two? We compared them and highlighted the biggest benefits and drawbacks.
Scrum is always a topic of discussion. Why is the framework so popular, what does the Scrum team look like and how to you sell a 'Scrum' project to your client? In this blogpost we try to answer to most of your questions!
The ITIL DPI module focuses on how to plan and improve the six main activities of the Service Value Chain and Value Stream. This blogpost explains how and why.
Who is the PMO Manager and what does he/she do? What are the skills required to run a successful PMO and what are the daily responsibilities of a PMO Manager?
What can we expect from the workforce of the future? One vision is that limited and predetermined positions as we know now, will slowly vanish. Instead we will organize work in projects and roles. Interested how? Read on!
The blueprint is a fundamental element of a programme. The subject of the Blueprint is one of the key elements of programme management and in particular of Axelos MSP® (Managing Successful Programs) best practice. Find out more about MSP here. A blueprint captures the skills an organisation wants to own at the end of the […]