New project management articles published on the web during the week of August 15 – 21. And this week’s video: a tutorial on conducting a Monte Carlo analysis using Excel. Just 11 minutes, safe for work.
Michael O’Brochta looks at the cultural, experiential, and situational drivers of how we perceive behavior as ethical, or not. Including our own.
Kayleigh Töyrä explains how we can apply Finnish culture and values to project management.
Hope Reese reports on a life saved when Tesla Autopilot drove a man to the hospital. Ethical dilemmas, minimum acceptable reliability, and other social risk considerations will make future projects even more complicated.
Harry Hall describes seven simple actions to take that will make your risk management efforts more productive.
Andy Jordan explores the risk management techniques applicable to protecting project benefits.
Nick Pisano makes the case for incorporating measures of technical performance in earned value management.
Glen Alleman lists units of measure meaningful to expressing value.
Kenneth Ashe gives us a refresher course on the basics of project budgets and ROI.
The folks at TimeCamp took some time out from developing and supporting their cloud-based project time tracking and invoicing solution to compile a list of the top project management influencers. The list includes academics and practitioners, coaches and consultants, bloggers and authors, working from locations on five continents.
If you use an RSS reader to keep track of your favorite content sources (I use Feedly), it’s worth scanning their list in order to see if there’s someone else you should follow.
Thanks for including me on your list,TimeCamp! And thanks to all of the other folks who take the time to share what they’ve learned.
New project management articles published on the web during the week of August 8 – 14. And this week’s video: Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland discuss the Scrum Guide Refresh for 2016. Just 46 minutes, safe for work, and vital if you want to keep up with Agile!
Carl Pritchard uses the Rio Olympics as an example of a complex project and explains the use of a tiered risk system. Excellent and timely!
David Koontz summarizes the Team Performance Model, by Drexler and Sibbet. Definitely a step up from the rhymes of the 50-year old Tuckman model.
Jordan Sims points out the project management challenges for the UK government in implementing the Brexit vote.
Glen Alleman examines the problems commonly encountered with project schedules and describes the appropriate corrective actions.
Jay Hicks shares some insights into PERT he got in a conversation with Rick Morris, host of the radio show The Work / Life Balance.