Using spreadsheets and multiple other tools isn’t cutting it anymore for managing Enterprise IT projects. There is a better way—a way to avoid using multiple tools that scatter your project data, don’t relate to one another, and fail to provide the visibility you need. In this webinar you will learn the five main reasons IT projects lack visibility, how to get project data you can trust and more.
John Schefer, Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager of AtTask and Andy Jordan, PMP, Founder/President of Roffensian Consulting, gantthead SME discuss several project portfolio management pitfalls and how collaborative work management and portfolio management tools can help you avoid them .
Barry Cousins, Senior Research Analyst at Info-Tech Research Group will discuss the project intake process and how less is more, project closure and the underlying problems on how to solve the real issue.
Deanne Earle, project fixer and Founder of Unlike Before, helps attendees understand the difference between handover and transition, and discusses the benefits of transition planning and how to go about it.
Doug Anderson and Jonny Rejolec of the AtTask Product team will share some best practices for creating, sharing and organizing reports. They will also provide a sneak peek of improvements to the report builder planned for the next product release.
Todd C. Williams, President of eCameron Inc and author of the blog Back From Red. With the current rate of project failures, estimated anywhere from thirty to seventy percent, improving project success rates must be one of every project manager’s primary goals. However, there are no silver bullets.
In this webinar IT and management consultant, Mike Meikle will take a down-to-earth approach at discussing effective, real world project management tips for doing risk management the right way.
Whether you're in the middle of your planning or you're completely done, AtTask project professionals, Shane Westra and Burke Alder, will walk you through the Top 10 Project Management Practices You Need to Know for 2012.
Most people would agree that a company's most valuable asset today is its workforce. Ironically, most companies aren't very successful at helping their people maximize their value.
It’s easy to forget the reason we do projects in the first place—to get stuff done. Most CEOs aren’t too interested in Gantt charts and milestone paths, but they are interested in getting the most out of every member of the organization (and that includes the project team).
According to the Standish Group Chaos report, if you measure project success as on time, on budget and fully functional, only 32 percent of projects are identified by the report as being successful.
As PPM methodologies spread departmentally throughout the organization, one of the greatest challenges facing business leaders is a lack of voluntary team member participation in the project management process.
Because budgets are still tight and resources are still thin, learning how to effectively manage existing resources is more critical than ever. Knowing how to prioritize demands and understand capacity ensures getting the most important things done within the time frame expected.
Need to tackle more work across the enterprise without killing the budget? Want to guide practicality in the midst of turmoil? Broader visibility and flexible frameworks are essential.
Focusing on the right projects is just as important as executing projects the right way.
Executing projects the right way is just as important as focusing on the right projects.