This is the third and final part of our feature: How to manage email overload. We show you how to get organised in 21 days using a practiced and proven method.
I wrote about leading innovation and change and how Dick Fosbury changed the way high jumpers came over the bar in Excellence in Leadership.
When you believe in something that’s when it’s time to really to go for it. – Dick Fosbury
In this video Dick Fosbury explains what motivated him to change the rules … to innovate and change.
In this post I join around 80 international bloggers and project management experts to answer the question: “What does project management mean to me?”
This is my project manager’s sermon — my Project Management Flash Blog — and it is quite a long read …
It may just surprise you.
Martin Webster explains that there is no single elegant solution when there is complexity.
Indeed progress is only made when leaders put aside their differences and work together in a common purpose. Here’s what Keith Grint taught me about solving wicked problems.
Before I close my series of posts on project risk I thought I should address a related topic: project opportunity. Risk management is concerned with potential unplanned events that impact a project negatively. In contrast, opportunity can have a positive affect on the project. Moreover, project opportunity should be managed in broadly the same way as project risk.
In this article we propose an Information Technology (IT) organisation design that is fit for the twenty-first century. An IT organisation design that is in tune with business, lean and effective. The model is a marriage of structural cybernetics and the core IT capabilities.
Contingency planning and risk go hand-in-hand. Indeed contingency planning is a last resort and should be considered for high risks only when it’s not possible to prevent or avoid an event, reduce the impact or even transfer the risk to someone else.
Contingency planning and risk management are often used in project management and business continuity planning.