Tag Archives: management

Is your team leadership organized for Enterprise 2.0?

I used to believe that major organizational changes could only be accomplished by one highly visible individual. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Scott Cook come to mind. It was easy to conclude that the type of leadership so critical to major change can come only from a single larger-than-life person. It's a false belief. Because […]

Trawling for project risks

Successful project teams aggressively and systematically seek out and mitigate project risks, from the project inception phase through every phase transition including deployment. Along the way, new risks are surfaced, prioritized, tracked, and resolved. Each risk is prioritized by its probability, and its overall potential impact on the project. Good risk management increases productivity, quality, […]

So what is project management anyway?

Almost any human activity that involves carrying out a non-repetitive task can be a project. So we are all project managers! We all practice project management (PM). But there is a big difference between carrying out a very simple project involving one or two people and one involving a complex mix of people, organizations and […]