We are thrilled to announce the release of our third white paper this year, this time on project management staffing. As always, we wanted to give our loyal followers of this blog the first crack at this valuable content.
This comprehensive paper demonstrates a multi-tiered approach to project staffing, including an in-depth look at the best practices for the talent acquisition layer. Also included is a guide to picking the appropriate staffing partner.
We are excited to announce the release of yet another white paper, this time on project leadership. Leadership Is Taken, Not Given is the culmination of a series of content that got Project Assistants CEO, Gus Cicala, selected to be a contributing author to The Keys to Our Success, selected as the keynote speaker for ProjectSummit 2015, and that inspired two workshops on project leadership: one for project leaders and another for executives.
Now, the key elements of each of these books, talks, and programs have been condensed into a white paper, and we are providing it for free to our loyal blog followers.
We have developed an Enterprise Project Management Office white paper, and we wanted to provide it for free for our loyal blog followers. At 5,000 words and over a dozen graphics, this is the most in-depth content we have ever released free to the public, so be sure to take advantage.
This comprehensive and multi-layered paper demonstrates how the project portfolio delivers your organization’s Mission and Vision, the strategy challenges and solutions, and the execution challenges and solutions.
As we covered in an earlier post, while traditional staffing firms and HR departments are able to successfully fill technical positions, project leadership roles require a multi-tiered approach. This post will cover the importance of the Process and Quality Assurance rungs on that pyramid.