Author Archives: @Captnebulous

Selecting the best match for your project subcontractor

It is probably one of the most important and at the same time time consuming tasks – selecting the right subcontractor for my project’s requirements. Generally choosing the wrong subcontractor dooms the project if not making things utterly intolerable. The … Continue reading

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How to manage that risk in your project…

It is a given that Risk and uncertainty are natural component of the project work. Let’s not fall into our own illusion – if they are not managed properly in any project – especially a large ICT one – we … Continue reading

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The Do’s and Dont’s of making sure your project budget is both accurate and complete.

Developing and maintaining an accurate and complete project budget is probably one of the most important things for a PM since the project budget is the total final expected financial cost to finish a project during a specificly defined period … Continue reading

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More on that risk thing…

It deserves mentioning that Formal Risk Management is tasked with some essential tasks if it is needed to help – it must identify risks and has to come up with strategies to guard against these risks. Additionally, to execute these … Continue reading

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Playing Risk! …not the board game.

It goes without saying that  risk is probably the main cause of uncertainty in any project. Risks can not be ignored if we really mean attaining a successful outcome for our project. I believe good PMs are focused more on … Continue reading

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A short reflection on XPM and Scrum

I had a recent talk with one of my colleagues – an academic one and we collected some ideas during our talk about the comparision between the Flexible Project Model(XPM that is) with the Scrum development framework noting similarities and … Continue reading

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Transparency@Work

Transparency was hard to achieve in a big company, especially in one that is owned by several huuuuge[Imagine Villanele from Killing Eve saying this]  shareholders who have their own agenda.  However, if you achieve it transparency leads to better employee … Continue reading

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