Introduction -I claim Risk Management is the number two reason for projects not meeting expectations, after Team Dynamics, the primary reason. I have described Risk Management in detail in my book “The Manager’s Guide for
Leadership” and given additional details on methods for Risk Management in
previous postings on this blog. Therefore I don’t address risk…
Added by Joe on February 18, 2010 at 1:52pm — No Comments
A recent and heavy focus on Customer Service and the importance of building relationships with your clients, has prompted me to write a little blog on Project Management, and how building relationships in the same manner as customer service should be a priority for all PM’s (actually…it should be a priority for anyone in management).
If you do happen to be a PM, you’ll know about that war story that keeps circling your social PM group every Friday at the bar.…Continue
Added by Brendon Walker on February 18, 2010 at 12:00am — No Comments
In my last article on estimation, I talked about creating consistent estimates by establishing a scale, where for every type of work you do, and for a range of complexity levels (i.e. low – medium – high), you record pre-set values that can be plugged in to your estimates. What I was in fact describing was a complexity model. In this article I will describe how as a team you can build your own…Continue
Added by Harvey Kandola on February 17, 2010 at 5:40am — No Comments
For many of us becoming comfortable with conflict is part of our continued personal development. Here are three tips for you to work with as you continue to make
peace with conflict.
Added by Margaret Meloni on February 15, 2010 at 3:27pm — No Comments
Attribution Analysis is a great method to use when you need to guide your team through the exercise of generating ideas. In the process, you may challenge some of the assumptions you’ve made about the nature of the problem you are trying to tackle and the realm of possible options you have for solving it.
Again, I will reference Team Troubleshooter: How to Find and Fix Team Problems by Dr. Robert Barner for a description of Attribution Analysis: “With this technique,…
Added by Susan Lyle Dodia on February 15, 2010 at 9:39am — No Comments