Do you handle far too much tasks at the same time and without a proper plan? Then you should try Timeboxing. Using fixed time windows and a clearly defined goal, can boost your productivity.
A project takes longer and costs more than expected - not uncommon. However, this is often the case even if none of the potential project risks have occurred and without bottlenecks endangering the success of the project. How can that be?
Leadership changes in times of agile organizations. The popular OKR method offers a simple approach to link company goals with the objectives of employees and makes them measurable.
Project management equals bureaucracy? Find out which arguments speak for PM - we have collected the 7 most important reasons for the implementation of professional project management in companies.
Lean Project Management relies on efficient processes: With the customer benefit always in mind, unnecessary efforts are eliminated. Learn more about this approach and its principles.
Learn how to optimize daily activities: Process optimization with Kaizen thrives on continuous improvement on a small scale. Kaizen is a way of thinking and has to be implemented across all levels.
A new project is about to start and you want to get a first overview of the schedule and important milestones? Learn more about the phase-milestone plan and how to visualize it with project management software.
Kick-off meetings are an effective basis for a successful project start. In this article we explain why that is, list the most important elements of a kick-off meeting and give you a checklist for planning one.
Critical chain, critical path - what's the difference between these two project management methods? That's exactly what we're going to examine briefly in this blog post.
One of the biggest project management challenges is to meet deadlines and completing projects on time. Creating a project network diagram can help you plan projects more accurately.
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