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  • Leading High-Risk Projects member content open

    By Avery, Grant Complexity and risks are a growing challenge for project managers globally. The failure rate of complex projects is high. This paper explains what servant leadership is, exploring its origins and…

  • Tackling risk depression member content open

    By Hillson, David Risk depression occurs when we see risk only in negative terms: All risk is bad, risk must be avoided or minimised at all costs, and we need to protect ourselves from risk and make sure that it…

  • Death March III member content open

    By Smith, Albert Henry Here, you will learn the traits of a troubled project early enough to turn it around. We will identify the specific actions needed and how to implement them. You will learn what to do if you have to…

  • Project opportunity member content open

    By Kendrick, Tom For project professionals, project opportunity management and project risk management are interrelated areas of focus and discussion in any project. Projects with more aggressive goals often carry…

  • Quantifying risk member content open

    By Meyer, Werner G. Through the process of quantitative risk management, project managers can convert the impact of risk on the project into numerical terms, which is often used to determine the cost and time…

  • Uncover gaps in your requirements using requirements risk management techniques member content open

    By Lee, Cheryl | Schibi, Ori According to a 2014 Project Management Institute Pulse of the Profession® report, inaccurate requirements gathering is the second most common reason for project failure, second only to changing…

  • Deepwater horizon member content open

    By Greene-Blose, Joanne M. Organizational behavior plays a significant role in how a company views and responds to risk. Citing the 2010 BP Deepwater/Macondo well explosion as a real world example, the author demonstrates a…

  • For want of a nail member content open

    By Shenhar, Aaron | Orhof, Ori | Dori, Dov The success of any large, complex project is dependent on the completion of all essential components before project completion. The delay of even small components can derail or put the entire…

  • Weight loss for risky projects member content open

    By Hillson, David Risk obesity -- taking on too much risk as a result of uncontrolled risk appetite -- can result in inflexibility and the inability to react swiftly and move quickly to avert issues, ultimately…

  • Using the five senses in project management member content open

    By Funahashi, Hiroaki Five Senses are commonly used in the Sports field for mental training. Many athletes use this form of mental training to achieve their desired goals. The ability to use the “Five Senses” in the…

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