Here’s an interesting article I came across while reading through Mark Mullaly’s weekly newsletter (which I highly recommend if you don’t already receive it). For someone like me who has trouble keeping focused and reading through what always seems a river of information this is highly effective. Mark had it in his newsletter labeled […]Read more ?
Listing of all Courses Currently Offered The courses provided by Russona Consulting fall into 4 main categories: SCRUM certification training AXELOS / APMG certification training (e.g. PRINCE2, Managing Successful Programmes (MSP), Management of Portfolios) PMP “bootcamp” training Other PM based courses and workshopsRead more ?
An interesting article on what is really important to ensure success of projects. This area is getting more and more attention as time goes on and we realize that project deliverables are not what really matter to senior executives…..they are looking for successful change in their organizations: that is measured by the benefits which support […]Read more ?
Did you know that: 50% of PMOs close within 3 years, or nearly 70% of stakeholders perceive their PMOs to be bureaucratic Here is an interesting article I came across to give more insight into some of these alarming statistics! Read our article on why five shocking statistics about PMOs failing. To find out more, […]Read more ?
Free upcoming presentation on Project Portfolio Management at Algonquin College! We focus the discussion on why organizations need to know about projects for their very survival; why “selection of projects” is more important than “doing the projects right” for organizational strategy, and the key role that managing the benefits from projects plays in “Project Success”! […]Read more ?
An interesting short article I came across (from ProjectManagement.com) on why as a senior level manager you need to be concerned about impacts that both the improving economic climate and demographics may have on your current initiatives and staffing and provides some suggestions on what you can do. Cheers, Russ ProjectManagement.com – Your New Priority: Retaining […]Read more ?