Your BATNA is the insurance policy you can cash in on if you decide to walk away from a negotiation.Read More
Business Analysts do not work in vacuums; they work on projects.
This blog is for those wearing (or planning to wear) the Project Manager Hat.
An effective Project Manager should be able to identify what makes team members tick and what doesn't. There's a need to understand and avoid what demotivates team members so that team morale can be improved and sustained.Read More
Projects managers do not work in vacuums and as such, need to take some time to understand the culture of any organization in which they find themselves. One effective way of making sense of organizational culture is Geert Hofstede's 6 dimensions of organizational culture.Read More
One common area of confusion when studying for the PMP Exam is the difference between projects, programs and portfolios. PMBOK clearly outlines the difference between projects, programs and portfolio management. To help clarify the air on the difference between these three concepts, this post sheds some light on the characteristics of each.Read More
Project Managers certainly have their work cut out for them. They must lead, inspire and motivate their team members to put in their best. One of the most important attributes of an effective Project Manager that certainly deserves a mention is Servant Leadership.Read More
A Project Manager is the person assigned to lead the team in charge of achieving the deliverables of the project. The Project Manager may also be described as the person in charge of leading the team responsible for delivering the objectives of the project.Read More
The most exciting thing about this is that it can take me anywhere...A prospect that seems both intriguing and challenging at the same time :). Good luck to me and every other aspiring PM out there.Read More