Avoid the constantly looming trap of scope creep and keep your project smoothly on track by following these simple project management tips.
The savvy project manager’s guide to stopping scope creep
A project proposal is your chance to convince stakeholders and management to give your project the green light. Here's how to make yours great.
How to create a killer project proposal
A project charter is more than a summary; it's your sales pitch, roadmap, and project’s raison d'être, all rolled up into one neat bundle.
How to write an amazing project charter (and why you need one)
Statement of work documents can be daunting. While you should aim to keep them lean, they also need to be detailed, and even one mistake can be costly.
Everything you need to know about creating a statement of work
In Agile, user stories are an important tool for defining work. While they are easy to write, it's important to know how to make them useful. Here's how.
User stories: What are they, and how to write them
A Minimum Viable Product is really a fancy way to say ‘create a minimalist version, get feedback, ramp up what works, and kill what doesn't.’
How a Minimum Viable Product can kick-start your startup
In agile software development, teams are likely to employ both incremental or iterative techniques. We’ll examine why they are better together.
Being iterative and incremental in software development
We created this infographic to help project managers start thinking proactively about preventing the most common project management mistakes they make.
How to avoid the 8 most common project management mistakes