In a recent video, I talked about being a Smarter Project Manager. Now I look at the three things that people regard as particularly stupid.
Whenever there is a body of knowledge, it helps to divide it up. So, we have Knowledge Areas. These are domains within the wider body.
Risk Management is one of the core skills of project management. And your Risk Register – or Risk Log – is the primary tool you’ll use.
One of my favorite books is John Brockman’s ‘This will Make you Smarter’. Here are 3 less well-known concepts that will make you a smarter Project Manager.
There’s one Project technique that has the capacity to transform your skillset and raise your Project Management to the next level: the Lessons Learned review. So, in this article, we will take a look at everything you need to know about how to make your next lessons learned meeting a great success.
As you become a more experienced Project Manager, you will one day be called upon to manage multiple projects. And this does not just apply to full-time Project Managers… How to do this is a question I have get a lot from project managers, operational managers, and professionals. They have been given two or more […]
If you want your team to solve problems more effectively, you need to get them into Discovery Mode. Put another way, is it to be Cheese or Owl?
Project Implementation (aka project delivery or execution) is when things get going. After definition, scoping & planning, it’s time to make things happen.
Here’s where you implement your project, execute your plan, and deliver the benefits your sponsor commissioned. So, although I’d argue that this is the easy bit, you have to get it right.
I’d argue that servant leadership the an approach no leader can afford to ignore. So, in this video, I’ll answer the question: ‘What is Servant Leadership?’
As a Project Manager, you need to get to grips with Project Politics. But you may say:’I’m a Project Manager; not a Politician.’ Well, you’re both!