Project Success

What is project success? What does a happy ending look like? The media frequently reports adversely about major projects, usually referring to cost and time excesses. The main point of a published article (September 2009 http://www.evaluationcentre.com/project_management_software_psa_software/implementation/management_briefings.go ) is that success is in two parts: Project management: the part everyone tends to concentrate on, assessing Read More
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Projects Always Require Change

What is your reaction to the title? Some people will think about different projects and try to identify one which, for them, does not require change. “Suppose”, someone might say, “If the project is the purchase of a major item and is regarded as a project even though it is a repeat item, what changes are there?” In the ensuing discussion, the key point is that a repeat purchase of a substantial item, whether that Read More
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Strategy, Change and Project Management - The Links

All organisations need a strategy, ideally one that is sustainable to cope with changing economic conditions. Some organisations are able to predict the future and make some changes in advance; but most organisations have change thrust upon them. The strategy is therefore subject to two types of change: self-imposed and externally demanded. These changes can be either gradually absorbed into the business and operations, or they can be Read More
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