Project kickoff – don’t miss an opportunity

The project concept has outgrown it’s initial purpose to become pervasive in all areas of business and government. This blog is relevant to all projects, but especially to those traditional ones that are created with a new team to deliver a specific project outcome such as a business change. The challenges faced by Projects The … Read more

Problem solving.


Image via Wikipedia A central skill set around which many areas of a project are built is the concept of problem solving. The initial outline business case that kicks things off properly is the first example of defining a problem and finding the best solution.  As things progress, the theme continues as the bigger problems … Read more

The five stages of an IT project

1. Enthusiasm for the goals 2. Disillusionment with the progress 3. Search for the guilty 4. Persecution of the innocent 5. Praise for the nonparticipants Einsteins definition of madness was “someone who keeps doing the same thng and expecting a different outcome.” Johari’s theory defines four aspects of knowledge and ignorance. Knowing what you don’t … Read more

Testing requirements is not optional

Part one – What would you like sir Part two – Requirements,tests, training, help files Part three – Why no project exists onin isolation-whwat should be done Part four – Business rules, Process rules, Process, Data, different viewpoints Part five – Testing requirements is not optional Part six  -Requirements strategy can make or break your project Yes … Read more