All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Communication’

Requirements Hubris: A human condition

What is it about requirements that make us sure that we can get them all and get them exactly right at the beginning of a project? I’m not just talking about software or digital products, this phenomenon (human flaw?) seems to exist everywhere including, but certainly not limited to: home improvement, instructional design and event …

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Insight | The Fundamentals of IT Project Success

A picture is worth a thousand words.  Never truer than with this simple depiction of what *must* be in place to make a project succeed … Seven fundamentals of IT project success By Michael Krigsman | September 22, 2009, 3:38 AM PDT Many folks think large projects usually fail for technical reasons — software that …

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Insight | Overcoming Resistance to Change

Technology projects always impact the status quo.  For many, that is a very scary and uncomfortable scenario.  It is critical that the fear of change be addressed for all those affected by a project.  Far too often, the human element of projects is dismissed while the deliverables are focused upon.  Project Managers must always remember …

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Resources | Defining Then Delivering Project Success

How to define what success looks like?  That is always the key question when starting a project.  We all *think* we know what the definition is and we all believe that the rest of the project participants and stakeholders share the same definition.  This brief slide presentation will help create a shared, clear definition of …

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