Nearly four months ago, I hiked from the South rim, to the Colorado River, and back to the South rim – all in one day. During my achy, week-long recovery from that 15-hour adventure, I began to realize the lessons I’d learned also applied to my career “hike”.
Posts Tagged: risks
This is the last in the series of blogs about project management on federal projects. To wrap up, here’s the most important topic: risk management.
There are so many long-running projects in government that have failed to gain traction or reach full implementation. When leadership sits down to figure out why, one of the top reasons (outside of cost overruns and missed deadlines) tends to be culture, or the necessity of culture change. Of course, that’s a pretty big undertaking.Read… Read more »
Every work environment has a rules, guidelines and procedures for every type of aspect of the work environment. We are indoctrinated on day one to believe that the only way to achieve work place goals is by following these work place “codes” to the letter. Then we realize that time has passed and all we’ve… Read more »
Stand By Soft is pleased to announce the release of version 4.5 for its project management suite RationalPlan. Current version offers better reporting capabilities, more data exports to .xls files, enhanced notification settings and much more. RationalPlan is a project management solution that puts the accent on productivity, ease of use and fast learning. ItRead… Read more »
On the 29 of March, in Rome, an interesting workshop took place, organized by AIIC (Italian Association on Critical Infrastructures – http://www.infrastrutturecritiche.it/).The workshop was attended by experts, corporates and national research centres representatives. The aim was to share projects, thoughts, approaches and solutions on how to manage the safety and security of critical infrastructures. TheRead… Read more »