As a human being, I would like to know several things in life. First, I need to know and understand everything around me. Second, I need to know the relationships between everything. I need to know the linear cause and effect relationship, the reaction that results from my taking an action or introducing an initiative. The relationship between and among all … [Read more...] about As a Project Manager, What Do You Need to Know?
Millions of people are engaged in “research” today. Some of them just want to satisfy a “curiosity” they have about a question or problem. Many are seeking to satisfy a need of society. Many are digging into a new technology solution which will add functionality to new or existing product or system. Research may often involve looking at old problems from new … [Read more...] about What’s RESEARCH without PROJECT MANAGEMENT?
In my work with Program Management Offices (PMOs) for the past few years, I have developed some observations about PMO maturity, and the capabilities and competencies that PMOs have incorporated into their overall organizational makeup. Typically, PMOs are formed in organizations to ensure that the project groups can consistently and repeatedly deliver excellence in their … [Read more...] about Pathways to Knowledge Management Systems for Program Management Offices (PMOs)