We present to you: the PM. GEPLANUS graduated with great effort and joined the IT area. He began as a programmer, then a systems analyst, then a project manager...it was the natural way. He managed several projects and worked at several large companies. He witnessed many unusual situations and lived many of them--some happy, others not so much. Faithful to his principles and ready to apply the concepts of management, he often collides with reality. Here begins his story...
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I have about 20 years of progressive practical experience in program and project management. And I conducted extensive academic research while writing a book, "Practitioner's Guide to Program Management." As a result, I have extensive knowledge of program and project management that I would like to share. The blog will provide a methodology and tools to execute programs and projects, illustrated with many practical examples. It will cover multiple topics related to program and project management.
Female Element blog is about experience and current trends seen by eyes of a woman. Why? Because female and male brain operates differently, female leadership is a term and more inclusivity for women is good for business.
We'll explore the lessons, traits, characteristics and opinions of women serving in leadership positions in the project management profession. Join the conversation!
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.
For most of us, project management is a career, a profession, a tool for changing the world—and also a way to help us have a realistic view of life. This blog will share challenges, limitations, changes, impacts and successes of projects in real life.
This blog is all about change. It combines reflecting on the past, thinking about the present and planning for the future.
We all tackle ethical dilemmas. Wrong decisions can break careers. Which are the key challenges faced? What are some likely solutions? Where can we find effective tools? Who can apply these and why? Dry, theoretical discussions don't help. Join us for lively, light conversations to learn, share and grow!
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!