With Project Management Software, Flexibility is a Must

Miree Le Roy - Friday, October 16, 2015

Searching for a project management solution? Consider these basic features:  Read More...

Project Management: How to Choose a Solution

Miree Le Roy - Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Project management tools can be a real boon for project managers, but only if they are the right tools for the project. Some tools lack critical features necessary for collaboration while others are built precisely for long-term integrative projects involving various teams.  Read More...

Project Management to Mitigate Construction Legislation Risk

Miree Le Roy - Thursday, August 27, 2015

The Construction industry is by nature rife with risk; there is always danger of some sort of mistake, equipment liability or catastrophic injury. This is true on construction projects large and small. An added risk exists if local governments make changes to their legislation and the changes are not picked up on right away by a construction company.   Read More...

IPM Global - Hot Company

Miree Le Roy - Saturday, October 18, 2014

IPM Global are proud to be associated with Construction Executive's October Edition as a CE2014 Hot Company.   Read More...

Take a Minute to Improve Your Business with Your Smartphone

Miree Le Roy - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Whether you’re an Android enthusiast, or an iPhone loyalist…smartphones of all and any kind have become the communication hub of business, no not in business, in all facets of society. The era of the smartphone is well and truly underway. Lets face it everyone under the age of 70 has one, and most of those over it…even if they don’t quite know how to use it.   Read More...

Construction Legislation and Project Management

Miree Le Roy - Wednesday, September 10, 2014

There are few industries in the world that have more inherent risks than the construction industry. Whether it is a custom home or a new skyscraper in a major metropolitan city, there is always a chance of some catastrophic injury or mistake.   Read More...

Debunking the myth of the messy desk

Miree Le Roy - Tuesday, August 19, 2014

At one time, it was generally accepted that a messy desk was a sign of productivity. Architects, engineers and others who are in similar fields are notorious for this common misconception. The actuality of a messy desk is in fact grounded in historical fact; these professionals would normally have slide rules, graphing tools and other necessary items at an arm's reach.  Read More...

What the leap second delay can teach us about project management

Miree Le Roy - Thursday, July 05, 2012

If you happened to be booked on a Qantas flight last Sunday, you would have felt the full effects of the seemingly insignificant ’leap second’. In order to bring electronic clocks back into sync after slight changes in the Earth’s orbit over the past four years, one second was added to the world’s clocks at midnight AEST on Saturday. And the result was chaos for air travellers. The extra second was enough to cause Qantas’s booking system to crash, causing delays of up to an hour for both international and domestic travellers.   Read More...

The Sydney Harbour Bridge – Project management at its finest

Miree Le Roy - Monday, March 19, 2012

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What’s the number one tool project managers use to manage projects?

Miree Le Roy - Friday, March 02, 2012

I just came across this study from Besner and Hobbs on the PMI website, and it was looking at the top 70 tools and techniques project managers use to manage projects in the real world. Interestingly, looking at a broad cross section of project managers from organisations of differing levels of maturity and managing projects of different sizes, one thing remained constant.  Read More...