This entails many considerations, but we will try to be brief and to concentrate on fundamental concepts: just 7 minutes. It doesn’t depend on the projects, or not only: it depends on your programme or programs, your business, your strategy, and so on Surely there are many factors inherent to the projects themselves, but projects … More Tip – How do you Choose between two or more Projects?
That’s everyone’s say: “The customer first, know your customer“. That’s true, but … how much is it true? Knowing the customer without knowing your project people is going to create bad results. In a few words, first know yourself, then your customer. Moreover, for whatever reasons, customers (at least some of them) are going to … More Projects – First know your Team People, then the Customer
They speak of change but they never say in a clear way what they want, usually because … they do not know what they want. A change needs clear goals and clear ways to get those goals: that is seldom done. Team members think “Ok, you [the boss] want us to change but we don’t … More Why is it so Difficult to Introduce Change in a Business Environment?
This is quite simpler than usually thought. People: they reach their goals with minimum costs and maximum benefits, whatever the situation; alternatively, they save the day in desperate situations. Firms: the same. This applies to both projects and business, to both project managers and team-members.
It doesn’ t depend on the projects, or not only: it depends on your programme or programs, your business, your strategy, and so on. Sure, there are many factors inherent to the projects in themselves, but projects are created to meet some needs. You should choose the one meeting your needs, goals and expectations to … More How do you Choose between two Projects?