Monthly Archives: September 2023

Can Risk Management Protect You from Black Swan Events?

  • Posted on Sep 26, 2023

The black swan event could have destroyed everything.  In the aftermath of a severe data breach, a multinational technology company was in a high-stakes risk management situation. Hackers had infiltrated their systems, compromising sensitive customer information and intellectual property. If not handled correctly, the breach could lead to regulatory fines, a tarnished reputation, and a loss of ... Read More

From Seed to Strategy: Grow Your Business with Agile Methodology

  • Posted on Sep 20, 2023

Initially developed for software development, Agile project methodology has proven its versatility by being adapted to various industries. Agile project planning is a dynamic and iterative process that involves defining project goals, prioritizing work, planning sprints, maintaining daily communication, and continually improving the project’s processes. As a result, Agile teams can respond to changing requirements ... Read More

A Guide to Choosing the Right Project Management Software and Training for Implementation

  • Posted on Sep 13, 2023

Project management software — and training teams on how to use it — has become indispensable when streamlining operations, boosting productivity, and achieving project success. However, selecting your team’s best project management software requires careful consideration and planning.  These ten considerations can help managers and leaders choose their teams’ best project management software and train for successful ... Read More

Transitioning Careers? 10 Reasons Why You Should Consider Learning Project Management Skills

  • Posted on Sep 5, 2023

Thinking about leaving your current career for something new?  You’re not alone. At any given time, 65% of the workforce is thinking about a change in employment. And why not? On average, most Americans have a dozen jobs before retirement. Predictions suggest that Gen Z and Gen Alpha workers will change careers 25% more than their predecessors. ... Read More