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Project Management: Building a Project Management Competency

By Dan Divinski with contributions from Will Cooper and Maelyn Wisch Project Management: Building a Project Management Competency Make a difference by building a center of excellence with project management as a competency. As indicated in our last article, "Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology" a project can be recovered before it is canceled and labeled as a total loss with the proper approach. But how do we increase the probability [...]

By |2020-09-18T17:04:10-04:00September 15th, 2020|Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|Comments Off on Project Management: Building a Project Management Competency

Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology

By Dan Divinski with contributions from Will Cooper and Maelyn Wisch Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology When projects begin to fail with a trend of missing the end date, how do you respond? As indicated in last week’s article “Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology,” the most efficient way to prevent project failure is by starting right from day one.  Implementing a proactive project management (Pro-PM) methodology will build effective [...]

By |2020-09-18T16:58:08-04:00September 10th, 2020|Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|Comments Off on Project Management: Utilizing a Reactive Methodology

Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology

By Dan Divinski with contributions from Will Cooper and Maelyn Wisch Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology As pointed out in our first article, “Project Management: Why Projects Fail,” 70% of projects crumble and are not successful due to a lack of stakeholder buy-in. Project managers build stakeholder buy-in through developing a strategic vision, encouraging effective communication, employing a proactive project management (Pro-PM) methodology, and building effective teams. Pro-PM methodology is [...]

By |2020-08-29T17:47:07-04:00August 29th, 2020|Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|Comments Off on Project Management: Utilizing a Proactive Methodology

Project Management: Why Projects Fail

By Dan Divinski 70% of projects fail, but we can do better There Must Be Stakeholder Buy-In From my experience, the main reason projects fail is the lack of stakeholder buy-in. Lack of buy-in happens when there was no assessment conducted to define the problem, and as a result, no actual business case was created. If there is no assessment or business case, there are no defined business benefits to include [...]

By |2020-08-20T23:49:40-04:00August 19th, 2020|Dan Divinski, General, Project Management|Comments Off on Project Management: Why Projects Fail
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