As a project manager there are sure to be some things you’d like to improve as your team takes on 2019. From what we know about project managers, you’re probably someone who strives to improve yourself and streamline projects so that customer needs are met and budgets aren’t over extended.
Project managers wear many hats: facilitator, manager, problem-solver and even interpreter -- translating business needs into actionable plans for teams and aligning resources. You create order and calm where there is chaos.
Diversity (or the lack of it) is still a big problem for many US organizations. At Google, the problem is so bad that employees partnered with investors to demand that the company tie executive pay to diversity and inclusion metrics. But it's not just the risk of bad PR that makes diversity important.
As the year draws to a close it’s time to celebrate your PMO’s successes in 2018. Perhaps you successfully implemented a large-scale digital transformation initiative, or built a space glider, or maybe you’re just thankful that you finally found a project management platform that (almost) everybody likes.
Take a look at the latest article published on medium.com by our Senior Architect and Technical lead Phil Karl.
Last week we debuted our new and improved project management tool, Viewpath 4.0, at the PMI Global Conference. It was my first time attending the conference - and what a great experience it was.
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In one of many firsts for us this year, Viewpath is thrilled to be debuting our brand-new project management platform, Viewpath 4.0, at the PMI Global Conference this weekend.
Finding the best project management software for your organization requires a lot of thought and a little digging.