Category Archives: project management

Do you expect chocolate chips in your cookies?

Many people like cookies, and I am one of those people. I like cookies even more when they have chocolate chips in them. Furthermore, my preference is for plain chocolate, but I like milk chocolate ones too. One day a … Continue reading

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I always wanted to be a procrastinator, but I never got around to it.

I was thinking about decision-making. I made one. I decided to write this short blog about the reality of decision-making. The question I asked was; “How do we know when a decision is made?” and I think the answer is; “When we stop talking about … Continue reading

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Are you leading or implementing change?

Many managers and change consultants advocate holistic and collaborative approaches to change. Typically they use phrases such as; “cultivating a change culture” or “empowering people to change” or “advocating change to allow its benefits room to breathe and grow.” I agree with, and prefer to … Continue reading

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7 Agile habits to avoid

The following might help explain some of the issues around project delivery in your organisation. These habits will develop over time, against a background of rapid organisational change. Therefore, entirely understandable. You will not notice it happening, but once embedded … Continue reading

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