If you can’t control something, you have little chance of influencing it.
As the Job Title suggests, it’s to manage the project, and a lot more than that
Want to know a secret of how to make your clients say Wow!? Is it about bells and whistles? Do you do it by providing comb-bound booklets? Or is it about *really cool* slide masters when you do a powerpoint presentation?
You’d be forgiven if you thought the last thing needed on the bookshelf is another Program Management handbook. If Program Management was an exact science, then why would we need so many books when one PM bible would do? The truth is, PM isn’t a science, although it isn’t an artform as such – it’s
You wouldn’t talk to someone who isn’t paying attention. Nor would you make a movie if you didn’t know who would watch it. So why do projects often deliver to a Business who isn’t ready to receive? Business Readiness is a loose term which can mean the Business’s ability to take on what a project
In a recent post on her blog, Elizabeth Harrin shares with us some research from Forrester which (in her words) reminds us that projects are about people, not technology. Elizabeth Harrin is a blogger (a girl’s guide to project management) who won the ComputerWeekly 2008 IT Blog Awards in the Project Management category. Her post