It is never enough time for reading – but it definitely should be. Today we would like to present you the interesting and hot from the oven project management books!
We are sure that it is time to make plans for the next year and choose the events to visit. Today we want to meet you with the most expectable project management events in the world!
Every self-respecting specialist strives for the best in his work, and it happens practically in any professional sphere. For example, project management is one of the widest industries where there are many interesting approaches to working and achieving desired goals.
A kickoff meeting is the very first meeting between development team members and their customer. This kind of meeting considers the discussions of the matters related to the fundamental principles of the project. Continue reading “How Kickoff Meetings Improve Business Cooperation”
A technology roadmap is a special technique of planning and implementing a large project that requires specific solutions. Continue reading “How to Create a Technology Roadmap? 5 easy steps for PMs”
Project calendars are critically important when we need to schedule and record our daily, monthly or year project’s activities. Continue reading “How to Create an Impressive Project Calendar?”
Are remote workers less productive? This question is quite popular nowadays. Continue reading “Myths About Remote Workers’ Weak Productivity”
Is it easy to manage developers’ work? Actually, it is not something very special in compare with managing anyone else.
However, developers require a few special management techniques to encourage their productivity. Continue reading “How to Manage Software Developers Effectively?”
A brainstorming process is aimed to solve problems and generate brilliant product solutions. You’ve probably used it at least once, even if you don’t realize it. Continue reading “How to Make Brainstorming Tools More Effective?”
In many companies, people think that it’s a product manager’s direct duty to somehow generate new product ideas on their own. Without someone’s assistance. Continue reading “Can Non-Product People Generate Great Product Ideas?”