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A change is as good as unrest. How to engage disengaged stakeholders

A change is as good as a rest, so the old saying goes. Recently, it has struck me, that change can actually be a...

Why IT Projects Shouldn’t Be Sheepish About BAaaS

Picture a Project Manager, a full team and a Business Analyst ... on every project. IT Project Nirvana. Budgets are tight so often it's the latter...

It’s People That Power Flexible IT Resourcing. 7 Tips To Help Get It Right

If I had a pound for every time someone in IT Project Management had talked about 'flexible resources' or resourcing ... well, I'd have...

How to manage the fear of change in IT projects

  Originally published on CIO.com As a CIO or a Project Manager you are a master of change to the point where, by now, it's probably...

Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good Projects?

I was inspired by a recent Facebook post by a friend who asked, in a status update, "Why do bad things happen to good...

A bitesize guide to KPIs for a project

KPIs, or Key Performance Indicators, are the clearly outlined measures that are vital when it comes to tracking the path of progress towards the...

Seven secrets of CIO success as taught by the CIO 100

What can we learn from the top CIOs in the UK?  Originally published in CIO.com CIO.co.uk recently published its Top 100 most transformative and disruptive CIOs...

IT Project Leaders or Managers?

Who's Best? And How To Survive Without Either On Your Payroll… Driving home, listening to the radio the other day, the Shangri-Las came on with...

At harvest time what can IT project managers learn from farmers?

I was fascinated this week by a farmer in a combine harvester going up and down in a field adjacent to the road I...

How to Build a Cohesive Team if You’re Not All Office Based

It really wasn’t that long ago that working as a team meant everyone sharing the same office space, or at the very least working...

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