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The nature of project work means constantly discovering new problems to solve. So in this blog I'm focussing on discovering innovations, new ideas in project management, also share and learn from others.
Design Thinking has emerged as a practical methodology for driving innovative outcomes. This blog aims to explore the intersection between Design Thinking and Project Management and to start a conversation on leveraging Design Thinking for contribution to the Project Management practice.
Because Project Management is the only field on earth where stubbornness is a quality and not a default,we need to be more than persevering, we need to be stubborn to align never mind the evolution of the discipline.This blog will talk about project management in general.
Peter Taylor is the author of two best-selling books on ‘Productive Laziness’ – ‘The Lazy Winner’ and ‘The Lazy Project Manager’. In the last 4 years he has focused on writing and lecturing with over 200 presentations around the world in over 25 countries and has been described as ‘perhaps the most entertaining and inspiring speaker in the project management world today’. His mission is to teach as many people as possible that it is achievable to ‘work smarter and not harder’ and to still gain success in the battle of the work/life balance. More information can be found at www.thelazyprojectmanager.com – and through his free podcasts in iTunes.
Si es director de proyectos, tiene experiencia dirigiendo equipos de trabajo, sabe lo que significa un deadline apretado y aún así no comprende la analogía de "el malabarista", este blog no es para usted. En caso contrario, lo invito a disfrutar de la lectura y a dejar sus comentarios con el fin de enriquecer la discusión.
A space for sharing project management concepts, tips for improvement, best practices and lessons learnt.
Project Management Practices, Stories, Learning about Project and Program management. How to deliver value and getting best from your team.
Young people and the world of project management.
Breaking barriers and building bridges to better manage projects and lead teams.