Tag Archives: trends in project management

Pre-Mortem: Save your project technique from Advanced Riskology

Today I want to introduce you to Tyler. He is the Founder of Advanced Riskology. Tyler is a writer, adventurer, and a risk taker on a quest to join the top 1% of the world. Tyler has written today about … Continue reading

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Once upon a time in Project Management

Rational Unified Process was considered cool The only thing out there was waterfall MS Project was king Command and control was the norm The quality triangle was worshiped Once upon a time. If you consider these cool, the only thing … Continue reading

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What are you waiting for?

For the next big thing? For the approval to move forward? For permission to try out a new approach? For input from your team? For the job title so that you can present your ideas? Forge ahead and try out … Continue reading

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Do you want to, need to or have to?

Do you want to do it? Do you need to do it? Do you have to do it? The quality of your deliverable will depend on how you answer these questions.

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