I was directed to this academic, though very interesting paper titled “Lost Roots : How Project Management Settled on the Phased Approach (and compromised its ability to lead change in modern enterprises)“ Sylvain Lenfle and Christoph Loch of INSEAD. Here’s a full abstract of the paper: The discipline of project management adheres to the dominant... Read More »
A webinar I gave for Gantthead.com (now called ProjectManagement.com) which I announced last year on this site, is now publicly available. Here’s a summary detail (you will receive 1 PDU for viewing! See detail below): Managing Agility: Embracing the Benefits of Agile Leadership Don Kim, Agile Project Leader, gantthead Contributor PMXPO 2012... Read More »
Here’s a nice video presentation by Mark Noneman on using EVM in an Agile world: With the government mandating the use of Agile for government IT projects, and the fact that many government projects require the use of EVM this is something you’ll want to know about if your bidding for a government contract... Read More »
I will be giving a webinar for the 2012 ProjectWorld® & World Congress for Business Analysts® that was held in Orlando, Florida on September 10 – 12. It is part of their overall conference registration package for year around learning. My topic will be titled “Transformative Agile Leadership: Making the leap from project manager to agile... Read More »
I will be presenting the session on “Managing Agility: Embracing the Benefits of Agile Leadership”, so please join! gantthead is once again excited to be bringing you our annual virtual conference and exhibition on Thursday, May 17, 2012. It’s your opportunity to learn, network, earn PDUs and gain valuable knowledge all from the comfort... Read More »
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