This blog is inspired by observations and findings centered around managing projects in a developing nation. In an uncontrolled environment, project, portfolio and program management tend to face unique challenges that are rarely addressed by published methods from professionals operating in controlled environments. The often volatile and radically changing policies of developing countries leave project managers walking a tightrope of uncertainty, balancing high risks and lean resources with high expectations—and the compulsion to deliver results within given time frames. The author touches on areas like agriculture, brewing, IT, commerce, value chain, expeditions, personal development, tours, volunteerism and event organization using a simple yet poetic method of expression.
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This blog will explore how we can incorporate and tailor different emerging methodologies for the improvement of project management. Many have been applied in production, maintenance and asset management.
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The Battle-Hardened PM examines traditional subjects in project management from non-traditional perspectives, in hopes of inspiring both the current and next generation of PMs to move beyond their limits.
I'm a risk enthusiast who likes to discuss techniques, tools and models—and use risk as a practical means to make better decisions in project environments. Join me on the ride!
This blog is a repository of professional learnings from my 8+ year journey of project and program management. I will share best practices and ideas, and explore project management as a profession in the digital age—and how project and program mangers should upskill themselves to stay ahead of the curve. I would love to hear your comments!
This blog will explore agility at the enterprise level, examining how agile principles can be implemented throughout the organization—and in departments other than IT.
Female Element blog is about experience and current trends in project management, digitalization and agile organizational transformation seen by eyes of a woman. Why to distinguish such view? Female and male brain operates differently and we may have various interpretations for the same situation. Female leadership is a thing and should be recognised. But mostly because more inclusivity for women is good for all aspects of business and we still have way to go.
We all have different aspirations in our career paths. We need to have the passion and drive for continuous learning and improvement. This blog looks into lifelong learning, and how it contributes to project and organizational development.
There is thought leadership—and then there is practice. Sometimes the chasm between theory and application can seem hard to cross. This blog will address that "gap" between what A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) and other theory-based literature postulates—and the framework needed to make it work for project teams in organizations today.