Welcome to the December edition of Streamline! December brings a close to the year and an opportunity to reflect on our learning and growth in project management. This month, we've curated a selection of articles that vary on diverse aspects of leadership, decision-making, and technological advancements in the field.
Welcome to the October edition of Streamline! From the most significant project management update since 2017 to the latest strides in AI, we've curated our top 10 insights guaranteed to keep you ahead in your coffee break conversations in the project management world.
Welcome to the September edition of Streamline! As summer vacations come to an end and we gear up for the final quarter of the year, we’ve curated our top 10 latest insights that will get you ready to kickstart your PPM momentum again.
Monte-Carlo simulations enable project managers to assess certain events such as the likelihood of a project’s completion date. This technique is very useful with Project Control and when managing large schedules with a lot of uncertainties.
It is absurd to believe that a single map could be used for all phases of navigation, it is absurd to believe that a single schedule with the finest level of detail will do the job on a large Project – and for all contributors.
Every month in the PlaniswareHub Monthly Brief, we share with you our top pick of content about Project & Portfolio management. This time, we wanted to focus on an industry that designs and executes some of the most fascinating projects worldwide: the large-scale engineering and construction sector. Read on for our top 5 content pieces about megaprojects in 2020.
Let’s talk about project risk on major engineering projects – but from the project owner’s perspective. Project delivery firms and their project managers know their risk control practices – but what are diligent project owners supposed to do?