All posts tagged 'Project Constraints'

The Cult of Done Manifesto

Posted on July 30th, 2012 · Posted in Leadership, Management, Project Management

Everything in life is nonsense. Sometimes, I find great comfort in thinking that life is an utterly stupid experience. In that spirit, ‘cult of done’ could be interpreted as pure nonsense. Anyway, coming out of that nonsense approach, pretending that everything has some meaning, will give meaning to it. No..
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6 Steps to Focusing on Your Constraints

Posted on June 20th, 2012 · Posted in Project Management

Every project has at least one constraint. That is the theory of constraints. Constraints are part and parcel of every project. It is a misconception to believe that project managers are not aware of constraints. The truth is that they are so used to constraints that they take them for..
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Every project has a crippling constraint

Posted on June 12th, 2012 · Posted in Communication, Decisions, Small Business, Team Management, Time Management

The saying goes: ‘Want to make a good laugh, tell them about your plans.’ The saying reminds us of the crude reality that projects are all about future; future is all about uncertainties. We, as project managers have one bounden duty. It is to manage uncertainties in the best possible..
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