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I Enjoy Re-Inventing the Wheel

by Michel Wagner, PMP

Everyone should aim to increase their knowledge and remain up to date with the latest practices. This is key for career progression and personal growth. Review what you have learned before, find some re-usable material from colleagues, forums and other sources of knowledge such as conferences. This is how “reinventing the wheel” is of real benefit.

I Guess That Shows You What I Know...

by George Ball

In knowledge management, half the battle is knowing what you don't know. But when it comes to actually using knowledge for some specific purpose, it's often times even harder to understand and communicate what you do know. Enter mind mapping.

Ignorance is Not Bliss!

by George Ball

No one can ever say for sure why the terrorist attacks of 9/11 happened, but this author firmly believes that a major contributing factor was a classic KM situation of too much information and data, and not enough context.

Immersion Reporting: The Requirements Alternative

by Laura Burford

If traditional data-gathering techniques aren't providing the information necessary to create solid requirements, consider another option not often used by project teams.

Improve It Or Lose It

by Joachim Ahlstrom

High-performance teams keep it simple, stay focused and positive, create ownership, and take systematic approaches. These principles are also crucial to creating a continuous improvement culture and mindset, but many organizations get bogged down. Let’s take a closer look at why, and how common pitfalls can be avoided.

Improve Maturity with a Community of Practice

by Andrew Makar, PMP

One approach to improve project management maturity is through a project management community of practice, an informal group of PM practitioners who share advice, tips, techniques, lessons learned and promote relevant topics in the project and program management domain.

Improvements As Experiments

by Gil Broza

When change is presented as a mandate or “best practice” there are often destructive consequences that undermine the intended benefits. A better approach is to reframe and carry out improvement efforts as experiments. This can facilitate deeper learning and team building, not to mention create added value in unexpected ways.

Improving Business Agility Using the Six Sigma DMAIC Roadmap in a Data Quality Management Project

by Usama Mohammed Shamma

According to a Gartner report, companies lose, on average, US$8.2 million annually due to issues with their data, a number that can increase when dealing with regulatory compliance and public safety issues. To meet business objectives, improve business agility, speed the time to market, reduce operating costs, as well as demands of the CIO for accurate information and actionable business insight, organizations have come to understand that they need to invoke more systemic strategies to manage the quality of data across the enterprise.

Improving PM Competency with Social Media

by Dr. Andrew Makar, DMIT, PMP

Wouldn’t it be easier if someone just sent you all the information that you needed to know? Social media helps accomplish this goal by leveraging the interactive and collaborative platforms that Web 2.0 provides.

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