Showing 7 posts in: Project & Program Management

Building a Talent Pool: The Right Person, In the Right Role

Deborah Bigelow Crawford

So, you are hiring. How closely have you looked at your Project Manager job description? It may be that your next person in that role will succeed or fail based on how well you have... Read More »

Posted on Apr 5, 2018 by Deborah Bigelow Crawford in Competency, Human Capital, Project & Program Management, Resource Optimization

A Good Question! How to Jumpstart with "Benefits Realization Lite"

Deborah Bigelow Crawford

During our May webinar (recorded here if you missed it) we had a number of questions submitted regarding benefits realization and training. In my next few posts, I will be answering a few of these... Read More »

Posted on Jun 19, 2017 by Deborah Bigelow Crawford in Performance Measurement, Project & Program Management, Project Management Basics, Strategy Execution

Silos Stymie Strategy, So Why Do We Build Walls?

Everyone hates silos. The PMBOK® Guide positions the functional organization as the lowest form of organization. We have study after article after post demonstrating that silo-driven dysfunction underpins many of our organizational ills. The ... Read More »

Posted on Jul 8, 2016 by in Business Case for Training, Business Skills for PMs, Culture & Change Management, Governance, Leadership, Portfolio Management, Project & Program Management, Project Management Research, Strategy Execution

Twenty Years of PM Excellence!

Deborah Bigelow Crawford

Wow!  Twenty years!  We can hardly believe it … it feels like yesterday when the first tri-fold brochure carrying the name PM Solutions hit the market!  What a ride it has been!... Read More »

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 by Deborah Bigelow Crawford in Culture & Change Management, Human Capital, Leadership, Project & Program Management, Project Management Basics, Project Management Research, Project Management Training, Site News

Higher Education Bolsters Job Skills via Training Partnerships

When it comes to business education, the idea of “the ivory tower” of academia—an environment separate from the workaday world—just doesn’t apply. In fact, there is a... Read More »

Posted on Mar 25, 2016 by in Business Skills for PMs, Project & Program Management, Project Management Basics, Project Management Training, Training

Are Organizations Hiring for Leadership and Business Skills?

I am continuing with my series on the PM Skills Webinar we just held (the webinar recording itself is here, registration required). My first post discussed how to hire for the right project, leadership, and... Read More »

Posted on Jul 9, 2015 by in Business Case for Training, Business Skills for PMs, Human Capital, Leadership, Project & Program Management, Project Management Training, Training

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