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Free Project Management Articles: based on real-world projects

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The following articles provide practical help on various project management topics, where we share evidence of what works well in delivering projects and extracts of what is in our training. We write about the good, the bad and even sometimes ugly in projects.  We never shy away from challenging questions, always providing an open and honest view.

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 Tips for Project Managers

Overview of Project Management:

Lessons Learned: from hundreds of firms:

Hints and Tips for PMs / How to Develop Great Project Managers:

Benefits Realisation: a hugely valuable process

Organisation, Roles and Responsibilities: is quite simply, the way we deliver projects:

Agile is not just Scrum – how to deliver its promise:

How to Plan Projects: using non-bureaucratic, simple effective ways:

Project Risk Management: delivers the biggest single positive impact you can on projects:

Earned Value Management: the most fundamental measures of delivery performance:

Change and programme management:

Related topics and P3:

FREE TEMPLATES: NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED

The page below contains links and descriptions the following templates: business case; comprehensive excel based risk register; project delivery strategy document and others. You are free to download and use these for you own purposes.

What PM Methods do we use or promote?

PMIS operates in multiple industries and environments, where there are often differing needs relating to the practical side of PM. For this reason, we do not support one single PM method above all others; we do though, support certain approaches and methods far more than others, for example, Agile. Agile project management (is not actually a method), it is more about the environment within which projects happen. Agile promotes things such as: shortening lines and increasing frequency of communication; early involvement and participation of key stakeholders; slimming down project documentation to focus on fundamentals of a project; responding to and being able to accommodate change swiftly. These are all excellent practices that produce the most effective project environments, and PMIS has been promoting such things for many years, if not decades.

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