Probably you will be familiar with the sentence “Thank you”. Are you aware of it is consuming only very few milligrams of saliva? But not all project managers are saying “thank you” to their team members and other project stakeholders. In fact I asked several project managers about that and their answer was not positive […]
Our business world is plenty of well-intended strategies that failed in the execution phase. Some of them make the front pages and the evening news. Many others disappear into desk drawers and forgotten Powerpoint presentations. All of them represent a significant drain on resources that could have been used more profitably elsewhere. The spectacular flameouts […]
Randall L. Englund and Alfonso Bucero delivered a Seminar at PMI Seminars World in Las Vegas last December 12-16th, 2016. The seminar got 34 attendees and a lot of interaction among them.
Last October I had the opportunity to consult a Telecom organization on program management in South America. The major challenge I had at the beginning was to explain the differences between the concept of project and program to their executives. It took me sometime to explain them the characteristics, benefits and the advantages to get the […]
The true project leader serves people. He/she serves their best interests, and in so doing will not always be popular, may not always impress. But because true leaders are motivated by loving concern rather than a desire for personal glory, they are willing to pay the price. Truly project leaders believe in the projects […]