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Tips for Creating a Project Timeline

How long does it take to complete a project? With several teams working together and several milestones to reach, creating a timeline is more complex than it looks on the surface. To get it right, you need to know what the client needs from the final product, what resources are needed to deliver the product, [...]

By |November 15th, 2017|Project Management|0 Comments

What is Lean Project Management?

Lean is a systematic method for waste minimization. Lean project management is a practice that focuses on removing the bottleneck in the project planning and execution process to accelerate productivity, which can be beneficial to any project. This type of project management eliminates waste, which is anything that doesn’t add value for the customer. Waste [...]

By |October 12th, 2017|Project Management|0 Comments

Four Tell-Tale Signs it’s Time to Invest in Project Management Training at Your Organization

In years gone by, miners wouldn’t consider descending deep underground without a caged canary – and once in the mine, you can bet they kept a close eye on the bird for any signs of distress or sickness that might indicate the presence of invisible, odorless, dangerous gasses. Today, we are fortunate indeed to have [...]

By |October 27th, 2016|Project Management, Schedule|0 Comments

Cadence Continues Support for the PMIEF

Cadence is proud to continue to support the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation, the philanthropic arm of PMI with a donation of over $140,000 for 2017. Cadence’s support of PMIEF.org for over 8 years has resulted in the training of the Cadence Methodology to over 275 educators, non-profit, and disaster relief organizations. Cadence teaches a [...]

By |October 19th, 2016|Press Releases|0 Comments

Why Syncro Medical Uses a Hybrid Agile Model

Cadence has helped thousands of leading companies get more projects done over the past 30+ years, with a methodology that is flexible, scalable and adaptable according to the type, size, risk and complexity of the projects at hand.  However, the project determines what methodology is used.  Some projects are best managed with Cadence, some with [...]

By |April 1st, 2016|Thought Leader Series|0 Comments

Educators Learn Cadence Methodology

Cadence Donates PM training to Educators in New York City Cadence Management Corporation, a well-respected PMI Registered Education Provider (REP), recently trained a group of educators and local community members at Bayside High School in New York City, NY, USA. The training was offered as part of a generous in-kind donation from Cadence to PMIEF [...]

By |April 6th, 2014|A Step Ahead|0 Comments

Project Management — Learning "How To"

Cadence Management Corporation held their world-renowned Project Management Methodology seminar on June 4 -6, 2013. The seminar was led by Senior Seminar Leader, Rod Sharman. This comprehensive course is suitable for team members, technical, functional, and project leaders. While there are 28 learning objectives in this course, the overriding goal is to equip attendees with [...]

By |June 20th, 2013|A Step Ahead|0 Comments

Managing Project Management

The success of your project managers has a lot more to do with people management than project management. ”I wish I had this course 7 years ago!” said one attendee of the Cadence Management Corporation Managing Project Management (MPM) class that was held in Portland, Oregon. MPM Course Map Roles Delegation Review Support Workload Management [...]

By |June 6th, 2013|A Step Ahead|0 Comments

Organizational Agility

The Project Management Institute® (PMI) recently published its Pulse of the Profession report. One of the topics which receives key mention in it and resulted in its own detailed report is Organizational Agility. Organizational Agility is the capability of a company to be flexible and rapidly change or adapt in response to market shifts. A [...]

By |March 15th, 2013|A Step Ahead|0 Comments

Ask Cadence Ep 109: PM SkillBuilder Part 3 — The Eternal Ending

As projects near completion, it can sometimes be difficult to finalize and deliver them due to issues that can drag on or situations that arise. Getting over that last hump, to deliver the finished project can be the most difficult phase.

By |January 14th, 2013|Ask Cadence: The Project Management Podcast|0 Comments