Category Archives: Tools & Techniques

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

Global System Rollouts – Focus on System Integration Challenges

In this interview, I talk with Bipin Shah, President and CEO of Kovair Software, about the challenges and lessons learned integrating a mix of tools to provide an integrated Software Development and IT Lifecycle Management environment for one of the top ten global IT Companies. Kovair’s customer, a global leader in delivering technology solutions to…

Making Life Simple for Small and Mid-sized PMOs – A Pre-Configured Project Server Solution

In this interview, I talk with Greg Bailey, founder & CEO of SharkPro Software, about how his company’s solution SharkPro Projects™ enables mid-sized companies to take the next step in Project and Portfolio Management maturity. Greg describes how SharkPro Projects™, a pre-configured implementation of Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint 2010, can be up and running…

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…

Do you make these 7 test planning mistakes?

There is a very good discussion on PMStudent.com about an article by Jennifer Bedell titled “Do testers goldplate too?”. Jennifer says in her post: Goldplating by a tester can occur when a tester goes beyond the stated requirements in an effort to produce a “quality” product.  A tester may feel that their suggestion would improve the…

Category Archives: Tools & Techniques

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

Global System Rollouts – Focus on System Integration Challenges

In this interview, I talk with Bipin Shah, President and CEO of Kovair Software, about the challenges and lessons learned integrating a mix of tools to provide an integrated Software Development and IT Lifecycle Management environment for one of the top ten global IT Companies. Kovair’s customer, a global leader in delivering technology solutions to…

Making Life Simple for Small and Mid-sized PMOs – A Pre-Configured Project Server Solution

In this interview, I talk with Greg Bailey, founder & CEO of SharkPro Software, about how his company’s solution SharkPro Projects™ enables mid-sized companies to take the next step in Project and Portfolio Management maturity. Greg describes how SharkPro Projects™, a pre-configured implementation of Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint 2010, can be up and running…

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…

Do you make these 7 test planning mistakes?

There is a very good discussion on PMStudent.com about an article by Jennifer Bedell titled “Do testers goldplate too?”. Jennifer says in her post: Goldplating by a tester can occur when a tester goes beyond the stated requirements in an effort to produce a “quality” product.  A tester may feel that their suggestion would improve the…

Category Archives: Tools & Techniques

Tangible Tips for Handling the Endless Stress in Project Management

Dr. Steve Flannes shares his insights on the five stress management techniques that have proven successful with project managers. Today, I have the distinct pleasure to chat with Dr. Steve Flannes about his tangible tips for handling the endless stress in Project Management. Dr. Flannes describes why Project management is inherently stressful due to matrix…

Global System Rollouts – Focus on System Integration Challenges

In this interview, I talk with Bipin Shah, President and CEO of Kovair Software, about the challenges and lessons learned integrating a mix of tools to provide an integrated Software Development and IT Lifecycle Management environment for one of the top ten global IT Companies. Kovair’s customer, a global leader in delivering technology solutions to…

Making Life Simple for Small and Mid-sized PMOs – A Pre-Configured Project Server Solution

In this interview, I talk with Greg Bailey, founder & CEO of SharkPro Software, about how his company’s solution SharkPro Projects™ enables mid-sized companies to take the next step in Project and Portfolio Management maturity. Greg describes how SharkPro Projects™, a pre-configured implementation of Microsoft Project Server and SharePoint 2010, can be up and running…

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…

Do you make these 7 test planning mistakes?

There is a very good discussion on PMStudent.com about an article by Jennifer Bedell titled “Do testers goldplate too?”. Jennifer says in her post: Goldplating by a tester can occur when a tester goes beyond the stated requirements in an effort to produce a “quality” product.  A tester may feel that their suggestion would improve the…