Time keeps on ticking …ticking, ticking … into the future. A line from a Steve Miller song in the seventies. We look at time many different ways in our lives, quality time, down time, time management. There often seems like there is either not enough of it, or it’s poorly allocated. When we don’t have [...]
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We all face the boogie man at some time in our lives. It’s interesting to note that penning this note, the boogie man is the first thing that comes to mind. That’s because he has become a metaphor for FEAR. So what the heck does dealing with fear have to do with Project Management and [...]
Ever feel like you are in the project from hell? Sometimes you may feel that you have been placed in a movie, or that God is testing you because of the hostility you are encountering in your project. In the most virulent form this may take on the form of Luddites (see definition below) who [...]
It seems that every time another new engagement or project comes up, we face this issue. At the outset of a project it seems that everyone has a different view or perspective of what this means to them. Collectively these individual views are linked by the organization culture and how it addresses change. Yesterday I [...]
Not necessarily in any particular order, these factors affect the decision making process. Some may argue that “brainstorming” is a key part of the planning process and that generating ideas is important to successful planning, do not confuse the two areas. Providing the list of ideas will help you to prioritize your project and the [...]