Articles posted here are written by or about Kay Wais of Successful Projects. External post and articles by other authors may also be found under the links section of this site.
6 brief tips for project managers in a light and airy style for our La Crosse PMI Chapter newsletter.
Need some pointers on creating a good WBS for your project or for a course assignment? Here's a short but helpful tipsheet. (Read now.)
What should a project manager do when things seriously fall apart? (Read now.)
Let me guess, you've inherited some facts that you have been told are very, very important. Let's make sure they're right. (Read more.)
A great deal of business project management is performed with virtual teams. Why not learn the craft the way that it is usually practiced? (Read now.)
But boss, I looked, and couldn't find project management training anywhere in La Crosse!
Published in La Crosse Magazine, Oct. 2007. (Read now.)
The project managers status reporting and prediction tool. (Read now.)
Documentation for clarity and change. (Read now.)
Every project manager occassionally falls down. (Read more.)
Are you taking time to apply and think about what your learning? Why not to rush through education. (Read now.)
The June/July 2009 Issue of Coulee Region Women Magazine was looking for women who had fun at their jobs. They found four of them in the La Crosse area. One of them was Kay Wais, owner of Successful Projects, who incorporates games in her project management training.
See p. 15-16 of the magazine article.