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5 Project Management Tips from Gartner and Forrester Research

Access to project management tips to increase business competitiveness added to PM World Library

Resource provided by Domenico Moccia

25 July 2017 – Milan, Italy – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to project management and business improvement. The new resource is titled “5 Project Management Tips from Gartner and Forrester Research”, published by, an online blog, based on results from some of the world’s most famous research platforms.

This brief article is divided into five points: the first highlights the importance of a simple project environment since, according to Gartner researchers, by bringing order and transparency to your project management, you can reduce the possibility of cost escalations. Subsequently, they use Michael Hanford words, a Gartner researcher, to emphasize that it is important to handle several projects at the same time. At the third point, Forrester encourages business decision-makers to look for solutions in the current PPM market that include demand, resource, project, and cost management capabilities and not limit to a single fixed piece of project management, losing the chance to modify software to the company’s needs.

The fourth point presents the bimodal digital platform that involves continuous rebuilding and refactoring of capabilities for the future and exploration and integration of innovative ideas. It is important to give the green light to both stances to improve business quality. Finally, the last point focuses on the proper care of the team, promoting the concept of workspaces that embrace collaboration, work allocation at the team level, and transparency. At the same time, researchers recommend encouraging flexibility and local knowledge.

To access this new resource, go to the Applications and Hot topics section of the library at, click on “Business Improvement”, scroll down to resource. Must be a registered member and logged-in to access.