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Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 12)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

Alas, we are at an end to our journey. Our last 11 installments have shared important lessons from the rise and fall of perhaps the greatest civilization history has known. Now it's time to look over all of these lessons, and see how we can apply them to modern project management.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 1)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In this ancient guide to project management, we learn that profiting from the past is a critical part of both project planning and risk management. It can bring to light the full socio-economic implications of actions, which ties to the project management realm of professional ethics and responsibility. What better way to learn all of this than through history's greatest empire? In this first installment, we look at the underlying Roman principles that fostered the empire's growth.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 2)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In this ancient guide to project management, we learn that profiting from the past is a critical part of both project planning and risk management. It can bring to light the full socio-economic implications of actions, which ties to the project management realm of professional ethics and responsibility. What better way to learn all of this than through history's greatest empire? In this second installment, we look at two crucial lessons derived from the empire's sales tactic.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 3)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In this ancient guide to project management, we learn that profiting from the past is a critical part of both project planning and risk management. We've discussed how obedience was a critical element of the Romans' success and how, in today's times, there are methods for insuring that the plan is being followed, without needing to micromanage or bark orders at people. Now it's time examine some of those methods in more detail.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 4)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In this ancient guide to project management, we learn that profiting from the past is a critical part of both project planning and risk management. In this installment, we explore Romans' value of family and education, as well as their excellent reputation for innovative engineering, two things we can definitely apply to modern project management.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 5)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In this ancient guide to project management, we learn that profiting from the past is a critical part of both project planning and risk management. In this installment, we will examine the remaining two enabling factors that allowed the Romans to be successful in the area of engineering.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 6)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

Here we are at the mid-point of our 12-part series. We have seen the underlying principles that made up the Roman way of life and led to their success. We've explored the principles that made their engineering so successful. Now let's spend some time examining their planning and risk management techniques.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 7)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

In the first half of our series, we explored the principles and competencies that led to the Romans' success. It is now time to examine the chronological history of ancient Rome, so we can see specifically how it rose to such glory (and later, how it fell).

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 8)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

As our Ancient Guide to Modern Project Magagement continues, we examine the rise and fall of Rome in a chronological manner. In this installment, we will watch Rome rise from an early monarchy to an organized republic and see it expand through military expertise and strategic alliances, and then watch it go from a republic to a dictatorship.

Lessons From the Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire (Part 9)

by Jerry Manas, PMP

Since we've covered a thousand years of Roman history in a few relatively short chapters, there are obviously some details that have been left out. However, what we have seen were the highlights of the rise of Rome, which is enough to get a sense of what worked and what didn't. Now let's explore how these lessons are applicable to us as project managers as our Ancient Guide to Modern Project Management continues.

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