Govloop Project Management Week In Review For July 1, 2012

It’s about time for all of us to go on vacation and celebrate Independence Day here in the US. But before you go, engage your brain in these discussions and add your thoughts to the mix. You can even scream if you like. 🙂

Have a great week, don’t forget the sunblock and bug spray!

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12 Tips For Open Project Design

John asks if there is a road map for how the Internet evolved and how something like it could be purposefully orchestrated. click to tweet

Mark Twain on User Adoption

“It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” – and more from “The Twain” in this post from Elizabeth. click to tweet

Die Project, Die!

Bill asks how you know when a project must die, and how you kill the thing. click to tweet

How To Be Unforgettable

Josh ponders the application of the concepts in the book “Made to Stick” in project management, and asks about your great ideas and how you make them stick. click to tweet

The Costs Of Lowest Price

Steve highlights a recent new four-letter word in the world of government contracting. Can you guess what it is? click to tweet

Mandatory Certification For Government PMs

Josh asks if the US Government should be requiring any project manager running a significantly sized project go successfully pass through extensive training first. What do you think? click to tweet

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