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Recognizing Failure

by Andy Jordan

Project failure is inevitable, and failing to deal with it is inexcusable. Many projects fail to deliver against the plan that the approval of the project was based on. But few projects are ever actually cancelled--projects are delayed, costs are escalated, scope is cut…but ultimately the project is delivered, even if it bears little resemblance to what was originally approved. Stop the insanity!

Recognizing Loser Projects

by Michael Hatfield

Is the project you are considering a winner or a loser? Find out by reading this list of the top five indicators that your project is a loser--before you jump in and notice all your co-workers making that "L" shape with their hand on their forehead.

Recognizing the Importance of Psychological Safety

by Andy Jordan

We often don't understand something and have questions—but don't put our hand up to ask, instead hoping someone else will. This can be a huge problem within organizational culture. How can we engage employees in the right way at the right time?

Recommendations for Handling Disputes and Claims in Construction Projects

by Juan Horita, PhD, PMP

During the execution of large-scale construction projects, the occurrence of conflicts is probable due to variations to the project. Dispute resolutions can be considered as projects in and of themselves and require preparation. Integrating these recommendations and lessons can increase the quality of claims and limit the costs of elaboration.

Reconciling Blockchain Immutability With Continuous Agile Change

by Antonio Ferraioli

This article explores the synergy between the immutable nature of blockchain technology and the inherent adaptability within the agile approach. We will discuss strategies for managing blockchain projects in agile environments—while maintaining the technology's integrity and embracing the culture of change.

Recovering from Project Failure

by Andy Jordan

Major project failure can happen to anyone. What’s important is to make sure that the organization can recover from such a situation, and that requires both advance planning (it’s too late to start planning the recovery when the disaster has already happened) and strong execution. Is your PMO prepared?

Recyclable Content

by Mike Donoghue

To think that content should be able to stand on its own is no longer appropriate: It must be designed to be reusable and recyclable so that it can be distributed throughout an enterprise and the environment at large in order to be effective.

Red, Yellow, Green: Lessons for the Project Manager

by Robert Barger, MBA, PMP

Many organizations use a red, yellow, green rating system to quickly update senior management on the status of a large number of projects. Red indicates that some aspect of the project has fallen behind, encountered a setback or is outside of expected parameters. As the project manager, red is not necessarily your fault, but it is definitely your time to shine.

Redefine Collaboration

by Will Kelly

Collaboration in an agile or DevOps environment isn’t just about choosing a new technology solution. It calls for a new collaborative culture that transforms change management, team composition and workflows between development and operations. Here are 10 tips to make it happen.

Redefining Job and Company Loyalty

by Bob Weinstein

Most technical professionals don’t give job security and loyalty much thought in this erratic economy. Yet some experts and consultants insist that job and company loyalty are essential for success.


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