Maintaining an efficient, effective, and productive organization can be challenging. Now more than ever, proper management skills are needed to navigate daily challenges. Even if your title doesn’t include the word manager, there’s a good chance you’ll be faced with tasks that require effective project management skills. Below, we’ve compiled articles, tips, and how-to guides from the Northeastern community to help grow your management skills and become a better manager.

October 12, 2017

6 Project Management Apps to Help You Meet Your Unique Goals

Become a more effective project manager with these six apps designed to deliver your next project with ease.


September 18, 2017

4 of Today’s Emerging Project Management Trends

What do you need to know today to prepare for tomorrow? CJ Walker Waite, a professor of practice at Northeastern, explains.


August 28, 2017

The Unexpected Impact Project Management Could Have on Your Career

Even if you don’t pursue project management, the discipline will have an impact on your career. CJ Walker Waite, a professor of practice at Northeastern, explains.


August 21, 2017

5 Free Project Management Software Tools to Consider

Explore popular project management tools that can help you and your team achieve business goals—without breaking the bank.


July 17, 2017

Easing Into Agile Project Management: How to Get Started

Agile project management can be effective if used properly. Here’s what you need to know before getting started.


February 7, 2017

Mara Acel-Green Leverages Her Expertise to Guide Future Nonprofit Managers

"It's thrilling to teach people interested in a field you are passionate about and see them shift in such a short period of time," says Mara Acel-Green.


January 10, 2017

Chris Bolick on Teaching Project Management

Chris Bolick, building design manager at Lowe's, shares his experience teaching at Northeastern.


June 15, 2016

Master’s Degree Comparison: Sports Leadership vs. Sports Management

What's the difference between sports leadership and sports management? Northeastern associate teaching professor Robert Prior breaks it down.