Added by Jacques Dunselman on October 31, 2010 at 5:37pm — No Comments
As the captain of your ship, you must remain poised and keep the team
focused on sailing the ship sucessfully to shore based on the approved
10 Steps - Sailing Safe To Shore:
1. Remain calm (deep breathing, exercising, a 30-minute
massage ..), do not jump ship
2. Use humor when appropriate to keep things in perspective
3. Re-energize your spiritual well-being
4. Continue your…Continue
Added by Shamella on October 29, 2010 at 12:18pm — No Comments
I wrote these 10 suggestions as part of mentoring a friend who is aspiring to be a PMP shortly. After writing down the mail, realized that these lessons learnt will be helpful to many like her who would need guidance.
First of all congrats for those all aspiring to be a PMP... for it is a great certification and also a greater responsibility when you handle projects.
Here are the guidelines.
1. Register in PMI.ORG site for PMI membership by paying around 130 $,…
Added by Cornelius Fichtner on October 21, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Ask any project manager to define a project and you will get an answer that goes something like this: "A project is a temporary effort whose purpose is to create a unique product or service. Projects usually include constraints and risks regarding costs, schedules or performance outcomes. Project management is that set of principles, practices, and techniques that are applied to lead project teams, and to control project schedules, costs, and performance risks to result in delighted…Continue
Added by Ryan Endres on October 15, 2010 at 6:56pm — No Comments
One of my favorite quotes this year is from Dr. Howard Hendricks, an author, speaker and highly influential professor at Dallas Theological Seminary:
"If anything has kept me on track all these years, it is being skewed to this principle of center focus. There are many things that I…Continue
Added by Andy Kaufman on October 13, 2010 at 11:59am — No Comments
In my last article I discussed characteristics and roles of the agile scrum methodology as compared to waterfall. In this continuation article, I committed to examine the artifacts, meetings and processes involved and also discuss what they compare to in a waterfall context. By design agile and the scrum methodology deliberately minimize processes, artifacts and meetings to just those necessary few…Continue