Change Management is not easy but can be achieved if the Project Manager creates a system to implement it. Team's buy in is a key starting point.
There is a historic trend where people mistake a tool for a framework. Knowing how to use a tool does not mean you have a robust framework that drives positive results across your entire project. Lean methodology is one of these mythes.
Things I learn from helping others.. #RashadVolunteers
Do you spend a lot of your day in meetings? Have you left a meeting thinking 'what was that about'? Here are 3 basic factors to help you drive valuable meetings
When it comes to getting your teams to deliver in a certain way, do you use your authority or do you use influential techniques? Think carefully before you answer this question. This is not a game on words, this could potentially be a dilemma for managers who are very keen on achieving a result promptly.
Risk Management applied for Brexit in a framework presented by Jonathan Blanchard Smith from SAMI Consulting
2019 is the year that will (hopefully) witness my graduation and attaining my MSc in Applied Project Management. The journey has been truly educational, demanding, frustrating and rewarding all at the same time. Now this is the final part of my degree when I have to work on my dissertation. Over the past summer, I have given it a proper thought on what I would like to work on and I am happy I am settled on my topic with my supervisor's approval.
Have you taken time off to reflect and plan? Here are my 2019 professional resolutions..
Understanding the different team structures is important to have a strategy to motivate your team. But motivation cannot be successful if you do not explore and enhance the team's culture...
The second international Quality Awards hosted by the CQI took place on Nov 21st, 2018...
Did you know that world celebrates Quality every year? Are you a Quality Professional seeking to raise the awareness for the Quality Profession? Do you have a team of Quality professionals who would welcome the attention for just one day? Then this is your chance! If you have not heard already, but the world celebrates … Continue reading CQI London’s workshop for World Quality Day
When a group of elderly people want to make sure they are all ok without intruding on each other's privacy and independence, this is what they did!
2 Months into the GDPR being live, how did the Chartered Quality Institute comply with this regulation. Being part of The CQI London branch volunteers, I arrange a speaker to come and share his knowledge on what could be done.
Needs, Behaviours and Goals are 3 components building the cycle of motivation. An ongoing process.
It is 8am GMT. You are the Manager of a cross-functional team in a global organisation. At this time, two team members based in India are just coming back from their lunch break. The other three team members are still sleeping in the United States. This blog discusses 3 different team structures with a case study!
When we talk about procurement and managing your suppliers relationship, we always think of time, money, value, and efficiency in the processes we have in place. I believe it is fair to say that you have probably started thinking about the best supplier you have and potentially the one you dread the most. But have … Continue reading Supply Chain Value through Certification Bodies
Understanding the different types of contracts available is important for project managers to analyse any financial risks and implications throughout the project life.
3 min case study on customer-driven marketing strategy and the potential segmentation used by GoPro company.
Whether a Mentor or a Mentee, these few tips will help you get the most out of your experience
This paper aims to review the theory behind project portfolio management in the areas of practices, challenges and solutions.