The mini-MBA with all the fundamental concepts: the complete collection of articles to become a successful project manager. Always updated and ordered according to the same logical sequence that you would find in a workshop or in a mentoring path.
Become a successful project manager
Stakeholder engagement is an almost natural consequence of actions performed by people who care. It’s about doing not about talking.
When talking about the triple constraint, we tend to look at it from a project planning perspective. We often miss the key question: which is the driver?
Customer satisfaction is the result of an organisational effort, which can only happen when customer focus is deeply embedded in the company culture.
It’s only because we invested the time in planning that the project has become clear enough for us to be able to replan it.
To support our decision-making, we must employ tools that we can trust: human beings are not very reliable.
The project mindset is characterised by 4 phases: planning, monitoring of progress, objectives’ verification and final balance.
To build a successful project, it is best to start with some key questions. If the answers don’t convince you, it’s time to find an alternative project.