Delivering the wrong project on time and on budget with 100% of its scope completed to the defined quality standards is a complete waste of money. Pat Weaver explains the fundamentals of portfolio management.
There are always some potentially damaging project risks that are currently unknown to us and therefore impossible to add to the Risk Register. Michael Baron gives us four strategies to deal with them.
Projects are pieces of capital investment and how you allocate capital directly impacts your future operations, competitiveness and profits. Jed Simms outlines the five steps to ensure your projects are prioritised correctly.
Practical ethics suggests that to counteract the forces for poor ethical standards there needs to be a stronger force for high ethical standards. Pat Weaver fights a slow-burning issue in the building industry.
Most people’s first reaction to the idea that a risk can have 100% probability is to disagree. After all ‘uncertainty’ is a key part of the definition of risk, and 100% probability means ‘certain’. Risk Doctor David Hillson argues otherwise.