Posts tagged with ‘judgment’

  • Putting the “W” Back in “WBS”

    There seems to be a lot of confusion about a WBS and how to put one together. This is...

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  • I’m Not Fat, I’m Thrifty: Project Communications

    Communications just fascinates me. Given that it’s something that all of us do every day, you’d think it’d be...

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  • OTOBOS

    How Important is OTOBOS?

    OTOBOS is one of the fundamental tenets of project management. A project manager should strive to keep their projects...

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  • Negotiations are Super Fun

    Negotiation is Never About You! Part 2

    This post picks up from my previous one on negotiations, and adds some more of my thoughts on the...

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  • Prince Humphrey's Castle in Avonblechshire-upon-Stoakley

    For God’s Sake, Think About Others!

    This is the story of Prince Humphrey. Once upon a time in the fair Kingdom of Avonblechshire-upon-Stoakley there lived...

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  • Non-Assertive People Aren’t Always Wimps

    The other day I wrote a response to Elizabeth Harrin’s post about measuring the success of project management training....

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  • Project Management Visionaries: Crosspoint

    This is the third entry in the PM Visionary Series. Building this blog has been a wonderful experience, because...

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  • Announcing the PM Visionary Series

    Last week I published a fun article entitled What Do PMs Want From Software in 2011? I received a...

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