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AS project management is speedy and emerging in all aspects of life, and construction is vital everywhere.I created this blog to give everybody the chance to participate for the welfare of Construction Industry in my region ;Middle East.
Understanding that what we say and how we say it has a great influence on our project stakeholders.
The Human Side of Project Management is a place where we can discuss ways we can improve our competencies and interpersonal skills as project managers; things like acquiring new knowledge, improving performance, becoming better leaders, building up teams, motivating others, making decisions more effectively and building trust.
I write about things helps in achieving business success. I practice and teach various form of project management.
This is about setting up the element for project success. Thinking about leadership and courage that needs to be executed when you are faced with challenging projects or programs.
The construction industry is undergoing tremendous changes: Building Information Modeling (BIM), Virtual Design & Construction (VDC), Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and LEAN construction are shaping the future of this industry and forcing professionals to adapt, otherwise ... My blog is intended to tackle these subjects and expose/discuss the role(s) of Project Managers - along with Scrum Masters - into any of these transformations.
Blog dedicated to sharing ideas, experiences (good and bad), my failures (and successes) in the application of traditional and agile frameworks, their dynamics and artifacts, their pros and cons, etc. Club of reading and practical application of knowledge to our journeys called projects.
A new collaborative blog featuring the contributions from the core team members of PMI's Foundational Standard in Business Analysis. This blog will provide the community with insight into PMI's development of the standard to generate professional discussions about the content in advance of the scheduled reviews.