The Kano Model of product development and customer satisfaction was published in 1984 by Dr Noriaki Kano, professor of quality management at the Tokyo University of Science. Kano says that a product or service is about much more than just functionality. It is also about customers’ emotions.
In this final part of the project-management-breaking-into blog, IMT-PM will show you the second way to be an amateur project manager first: Working for a large company.
Maybe you are looking for how to get your first project management job; however, every job description you see requires years of experience. So how can you gain related experience if you cannot get a job? This article will show you the first of the two ways to break into the project management industry: Working for a small company.
A contract is a legal agreement between 2 individuals, which serves as protection for both parties involved in a business deal. In this article, we will discuss about 3 broad types of contract in project management.
Scrum is an Agile method mostly known in software management, which is also a widely applied project management framework. In this blog, we will learn why Scrum is always favored by both small development teams to very complex project-teams with its roles, documents, and kinds of meetings.
A lot of people from different careers face the same teamwork problem, which is widely known as the lack of meeting management. Continually from the first part, in this article, we discuss the remaining 4 powerful tips to run more effective meetings to bring you tremendous benefits.