Category Archives: Change Management

A Sixth Sense for Project Management with Tres Roeder

A conversation with Tres Roeder, president and founder of Roeder Consulting. In this conversation, I had the pleasure to chat with Tres Roader, President and Founder of Roeder Consulting, about what it takes to achieve real and meaningful change and project success. Tres reveals why successful project managers need more than great technical skills. They…

How to Manage the People Side of Change: An Applied Framework

In this edition, I invited Brian Richardson PMP to talk to us about managing the people side of change. Brian will share with us information that he presented at the 2010 PMI Global Congress. Brian Richardson is the founder and principal of Richardson Consulting Group, Inc., a professional services firm with deep expertise in organizational…

Understanding Politics, Conflict, and Influence in Projects

In this interview, I have the pleasure to speak to Bernardo Tirado about Politics, Conflict, and Influence in projects. Bernardo brings a fresh and unique perspective to this very important topic in project management, combining his background as an Industrial Psychology practitioner and a Project Management Executive. Bernardo has extensive experience in building global shared…

The Eight Constants of Change – An Interview with Stacy Aaron

In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Stacy Aaron co-author of two books on organizational change: The Change Management Pocket Guide published in 2005 and The Eight Constants of Change published in 2008. These books are popular with many Fortune 500 companies such as, American Express, Bayer Corporation, FedEx, UPS, Johnson…

Interview with Deanne Earle, author of UnlikeBefore.com

Listen now: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Right click here to download the MP3 In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Deanne Earle author of the Change Thru Action blog. Deanne is known to her followers on Twitter as @UnlikeBefore. Deanne is an expert at initiating, leading, and delivering change…

“Scope Seep” or what happens if you give a mouse a cookie

Most of us by now know about the consequences of “Scope Creep” But there is a much more dangerous problem that we Project Managers get ourselves into. It is called “Scope Seep” “Scope Seep” is a term coined by Alan Weiss and refers to situations when you, the project manager, not the customer, allow extra…

Category Archives: Change Management

A Sixth Sense for Project Management with Tres Roeder

A conversation with Tres Roeder, president and founder of Roeder Consulting. In this conversation, I had the pleasure to chat with Tres Roader, President and Founder of Roeder Consulting, about what it takes to achieve real and meaningful change and project success. Tres reveals why successful project managers need more than great technical skills. They…

How to Manage the People Side of Change: An Applied Framework

In this edition, I invited Brian Richardson PMP to talk to us about managing the people side of change. Brian will share with us information that he presented at the 2010 PMI Global Congress. Brian Richardson is the founder and principal of Richardson Consulting Group, Inc., a professional services firm with deep expertise in organizational…

Understanding Politics, Conflict, and Influence in Projects

In this interview, I have the pleasure to speak to Bernardo Tirado about Politics, Conflict, and Influence in projects. Bernardo brings a fresh and unique perspective to this very important topic in project management, combining his background as an Industrial Psychology practitioner and a Project Management Executive. Bernardo has extensive experience in building global shared…

The Eight Constants of Change – An Interview with Stacy Aaron

In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Stacy Aaron co-author of two books on organizational change: The Change Management Pocket Guide published in 2005 and The Eight Constants of Change published in 2008. These books are popular with many Fortune 500 companies such as, American Express, Bayer Corporation, FedEx, UPS, Johnson…

Interview with Deanne Earle, author of UnlikeBefore.com

Listen now: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Right click here to download the MP3 In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Deanne Earle author of the Change Thru Action blog. Deanne is known to her followers on Twitter as @UnlikeBefore. Deanne is an expert at initiating, leading, and delivering change…

“Scope Seep” or what happens if you give a mouse a cookie

Most of us by now know about the consequences of “Scope Creep” But there is a much more dangerous problem that we Project Managers get ourselves into. It is called “Scope Seep” “Scope Seep” is a term coined by Alan Weiss and refers to situations when you, the project manager, not the customer, allow extra…

Category Archives: Change Management

A Sixth Sense for Project Management with Tres Roeder

A conversation with Tres Roeder, president and founder of Roeder Consulting. In this conversation, I had the pleasure to chat with Tres Roader, President and Founder of Roeder Consulting, about what it takes to achieve real and meaningful change and project success. Tres reveals why successful project managers need more than great technical skills. They…

How to Manage the People Side of Change: An Applied Framework

In this edition, I invited Brian Richardson PMP to talk to us about managing the people side of change. Brian will share with us information that he presented at the 2010 PMI Global Congress. Brian Richardson is the founder and principal of Richardson Consulting Group, Inc., a professional services firm with deep expertise in organizational…

Understanding Politics, Conflict, and Influence in Projects

In this interview, I have the pleasure to speak to Bernardo Tirado about Politics, Conflict, and Influence in projects. Bernardo brings a fresh and unique perspective to this very important topic in project management, combining his background as an Industrial Psychology practitioner and a Project Management Executive. Bernardo has extensive experience in building global shared…

The Eight Constants of Change – An Interview with Stacy Aaron

In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Stacy Aaron co-author of two books on organizational change: The Change Management Pocket Guide published in 2005 and The Eight Constants of Change published in 2008. These books are popular with many Fortune 500 companies such as, American Express, Bayer Corporation, FedEx, UPS, Johnson…

Interview with Deanne Earle, author of UnlikeBefore.com

Listen now: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Right click here to download the MP3 In this edition of the Guerrilla Project Management podcast, I interview Deanne Earle author of the Change Thru Action blog. Deanne is known to her followers on Twitter as @UnlikeBefore. Deanne is an expert at initiating, leading, and delivering change…

“Scope Seep” or what happens if you give a mouse a cookie

Most of us by now know about the consequences of “Scope Creep” But there is a much more dangerous problem that we Project Managers get ourselves into. It is called “Scope Seep” “Scope Seep” is a term coined by Alan Weiss and refers to situations when you, the project manager, not the customer, allow extra…