You or your department may have an incredible project history with stellar achievements. However this does not mean that every project will succeed. Sometimes things simply do not work. Here is my take on how to deal with a tumbling project.
The first paragraph of any project management introduction defines the project’s success with the balance of scope, time and cost. In an ideal world that is the case, but we all know that the balance is skewed in favor of the cost in the field. For the past years’ of economic downturn and the price […]
Have you noticed when you ask someone three questions in a row, their eyes glaze over and they stop paying attention? It’s a psychological defense mechanism to keep our privacy to ourselves. It’s one reason so many people choke up when taking a test. The human, by nature, is a questioning animal. We question our […]