4 cardinal sins of the ‘lessons learnt’ workshop
Project successes, failures and improvements are often the result of the actions of multiple individuals, and the interactions between them, which is why the lessons learnt workshop is so important to get right as a collective, writes Nick Bruse.
6 project management lessons: 2012 in review
In 2012 we once again witnessed a litany of damage, deception and disaster—and that was just in Parliament. However, some of the year’s biggest news stories garnered surprising project management lessons. Editor Adeline Teoh reviews the year past.
Reflective practices in Agile project development
There are many benefits to adopting active, ongoing reflection during projects, in particular in Agile software development. Phi Bang Nguyen investigates the impact of reflection and proposes a way to create a baseline for communication and synthesis of ideas.
Choosing a PMO toolkit
Theoretically at least, a good project manager should only need a pencil and paper to control his or her project. Anyone with memories of the ‘good old days’, calculating a 1,000-task CPM network by hand, would probably dispute this and remember their joy at discovering project management software.