A work breakdown structure (WBS) is an essential project management tool that is used for planning, scheduling, control, resource management, risk management, and communications. This informative and easy-to-read article explores the basics of a work breakdown structure, and offers valuable WBS best practices for new and experienced project managers alike.

16th century poet George Herbert said that “a bad workman quarrels with his tools.” And while there is practical wisdom in this observation, just don’t try and mention it to people in the 21st century who have been saddled with ineffective, limited, or just plain awful agile project management tools…

Project Planning Software: 3 Critical Questions to Choose the Right Solution

Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra — along with legions of inebriated wedding guests who (unfortunately) considered themselves karaoke superstars — have belted out the epic song “My Way,” which contains the signature lyrics “regrets, I’ve had a few; but then…

What is Project Risk Management?

All projects — regardless of whether they are relatively short and straightforward, or long and complex — carry a degree of risk. This is because while many factors may be known, established and predictable, there are some aspects and variables that are unknown or iterative…

While there are many ways to achieve project success, there is a unifying factor that all successful projects share regardless of whether their mission is to develop new software, construct a skyscraper, launch a comprehensive marketing campaign, or do anything else important and worthwhile: they make team project management a…

While there are many ways to achieve project success, there is a unifying factor that all successful projects share regardless of whether their mission is to develop new software, construct a skyscraper, launch a comprehensive marketing campaign, or do anything else important and worthwhile: they make team project management a…

5 Remote Team Management Best Practices for the Post-Pandemic Landscape

The concept of remote team management is certainly not new. Indeed, remote working has been around in one form or another for decades — and for several valid reasons. For example, research has shown that:

5 Remote Team Management Best Practices for the Post-Pandemic Landscape
The concept of remote team management is certainly not new. Indeed, remote working has been around in one form or another for decades — and for several valid reasons. For example, research has shown that:

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