In order to deliver more successful projects and realize the benefits of those projects, the alignment of process improvement, project management and change management is needed.
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IT chiefs explain how moving up the project management maturity ladder improves success rate.
SMART is a project management acronym that stands for having specifics and being measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound.
Are you ready to be at the forefront of government IT, and is your department making investments to modernize IT service and project delivery?
People intrinsically understand that good sponsorship is vital for a project to succeed. But, more often than not, it becomes a significant barrier to delivering a successful project and realizing the planned benefits of that project.
In most IT contracts the first phase requires the contractor to develop a set of requirements. If the requirements weren’t known when the Request for Proposal (RFP) was written, how can we expect a valid bid in the contractor’s proposal?
Effective project management requires learning how to productively utilize the unique characteristics of your team members.
Regardless of your personality, aptitudes, and preferences, when faced with a new project that looks daunting just remember – the outcome is worth all of the effort you are about to expend. Don’t look at the difficulty, but instead look at the journey ahead and enjoy the climb!
Research shows that government IT staff lead the way in knowledge management, process controls, and other steps toward ensuring IT service maturity compared to other industry sectors but they need to be on the cutting edge of tech changes to stay on top.
Exercise your right to select your team members…projects fail, stall, or become dysfunctional with the wrong people.