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Early Watch – Proactive Risk Management

December 4, 2009


Risk is often approached as a by product of project management, leading to unplanned delays and project overrun. The Risk Waterfall method enables proactive management of risk and define where the true focus of the team should be. The principle is simple; it suggests a time based analysis of a quantitative risk index. Most projects […]

The Great Project Manager (Part3) – Confronting The Brutal Facts

June 8, 2009


Several years ago, I have the chance to read Jim Collins’ book – “Good to Great” (G2G), that has changed the way I was approaching performance in Project Management. I suggest to share with you my learnings in applying the different concepts raised in this book into the management of Strategic Projects. The 5 key […]

Practice of Earned Value Management

March 23, 2009


Ideal for presentation to senior management, here is a simple explanation of Earned Value Management along with a full case… For Free Enjoy…

Project documentation – value for money?

March 20, 2009


I’m always baffled by the volume of documentation generated by a project. Pages of text and flow charts describing business & system requirements and project documentation.  Now, think of the value of this documentation during and after the project. One wise man might ask: “why so much energy is consumed by the project team and […]