Archive for August 2013

Project Team Performance – Beyond Appraising and Reporting

One of the project manager’s main responsibilities, team performance management is more than evaluating, monitoring, and reporting how the team is doing. It implies planning and creating the right environment for performance, monitoring performance, providing team members with constant feedback on their performance, finding solutions for below-expectations performance, and rewarding good performance. Is Team Performance [...]

Dynamic Project Planning For Increased Productivity and Flexibility

Every project starts with a well-defined plan and schedule. But the reality offers a lot of uncertainty so the project may very well not evolve according to the initial plan. The result is that measures are required to adjust the state of the project to reflect the new reality. Planning a project is not an [...]

PM 1.0 versus PM 2.0. What Is Next – Project Management 3.0?

There are certain individuals nowadays, mostly “project managers”, that decided to add version numbers to the notion of Project Management… And they created PM 1.0 and PM 2.0. More than probably the numbering idea came from the software domain: different tools and different versions for various needs. A Little History Background Since ancient times man [...]

Project Management Glossary Of Terms – D

Damages Dangle Data Data Application Data Bank Data Collection Data Date(DD) Data Entry Clerk Data Item Description (“DID”) Data Processing Data Refinements Data Structure Organization Database