Tag: PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Assuage Fears to Make Better Decisions pt. 3

ARTICLE - In part three of her POV, Elaine O'Connor introduces a model to interpret the results of your assessment from last week in part two. We'll dive into the different types of fear that drive employees to buffer information.

Assuage Fears to Make Better Decisions pt. 2

ARTICLE - Our five-part series with Elaine O'Connor continues. In order to assess where we are now and test for the presence of fear there are a few factors that we need to take into consideration before getting started.

Assuage Fears to Make Better Decisions pt. 1

ARTICLE - Elaine O'Connor introduces her Point of View in part one of this five week series which delves into fears that drive employees to withhold or misrepresent information and how executives can take steps to alleviate these fears.

I’ll be Home in Five Story-points

ARTICLE - How would you respond to the following question from your significant other, “When do you plan on getting home this evening”?

Blockchain in an enterprise setting: A ten-thousand foot view

ARTICLE - Few technologies present opportunities for disruptive innovation better than Blockchain. Businesses are rightly curious how this technology may breathe new life into their work flows.

How Much of Your Project Value is At-Risk Due to Cognitive Bias?

ARTICLE - Derrick Bowen dives into the question, "Why don’t people adopt changes designed to benefit them?" (15:00)

Limit, to Win It – How putting limits on your team will allow them to do more

Kent Norman shares how he has individuals and teams take on more work than they can deliver, in order to please their boss or client. Taking on this additional work actually reduces their ability to successfully deliver and results in disappointing the boss or client. (08:30)

The Case for Onshore Technology Teams

ARTICLE - Brian Duperrouzel shares 5 characteristics of projects that should work exclusively with onshore teams. (03:00)