There is a substantial opportunity for the employment of machine learning technologies in project management tools, which will alleviate project managers from administrative tasks.
Share This: Many project managers see project planning as a ‘black art’. Funnily enough, planning a projects schedule isn’t really taught per se. New PMs are expected to gather lots of data and simply produce a rabbit out of a hat. I’ve discovered a more rigorous approach which I’ve distilled down to ten steps, and here it […]
Share This: Part 1: The Project Management Model – An Introduction Over the coming months Pete Wilson will be explaining his approach to Programme & Project Management (PPM) and driving business change, we think that anyone charged with driving change in a business or any organisation will find the approach useful and informative. Introduction I […]
Share This: Pete Wilson discusses why ‘Scope Creep’ has a bad rep, and why it shouldn’t. Amongst Project Managers and business stakeholders alike, so-called ‘Scope-Creep’ has a bad reputation. But why? Probably because in many cases changes to project scope are unforeseen and unplanned. Which is odd, because given that the pace business change is speeding […]
Share This: In this post Pete Wilson looks at 9 change ‘distress indicators’, the presence of which may well indicate that there is trouble ahead. In the context of leadership we recently discussed the two sides of running an organisation, ‘run’ and ‘change’. If you are very lucky all of your change initiatives will be planned, […]
Share This: Successful large scale organisational change demands excellent governance – part of which means understanding the difference between a Programme & a Project Organisations generally get hung up on whether or not a specific change initiative is defined as a project or as a programme. Whilst there are important and notable differences the specific […]