Change the way you think about Project Management
All New: the Project Management MasterClass by Adam Russell
You can benefit from my 30+ years of hands-on project management experience in a new webinar series starting very soon (15th June, 2016). I will teach you the set of principles and simple techniques that I have used over many years to deliver projects effectively.
You can achieve a big uplift of your practical PM skills by participating in this MasterClass, and learning as much about what not to do and what to ignore, as well as new perspectives and techniques to take to your projects.
What would project management look like if it was easy?
Click on the button below and find out by being a part of this great educational experience. (opens page on my services site: tiligent.com)
What We Offer
Shorter and more frequently posted articles with widely ranging topics, centered on the 3 primary themes of this site. Also including links to interesting posts from other blogs, research data and summaries of surveys. Anything that looks interesting and serves our core philosophy.
Principle-based Project Leadership
This approach leverages more natural ways that people think and work well together, not on mechanistic processes and techniques.
We think that it is better to have people solve problems “in the moment” than to impose a process-based method if that’s all that is required. If more structured tools are needed (as the often are), choose the simplest one that will do the job and use it to augment the human capabilities, not replace them.
We combine “Agility” with “Discipline” and draw the best from many different sources: proven methods to achieve results.
Self-Organizing Teams have developed a lot of airtime in recent years, having been mentioned explicitly in the Agile Manifesto, and now being the focus of many other approaches. The problem is that there is little in the way of guidance on how these teams work and how they need to be enabled, nurtured and protected. There is no “manual for Self-organizing teams” that explains how it works. Well, we’re trying to remedy that
The concept of ‘Deliverables Management’ has been present during much of my Project Management life but it took a long while before my understanding went beyond the superficial. Deliverables Management is one of these ostensibly ‘self-evident’ concepts that requires no further explanation or expansion. The term ‘deliverables’ seemed to have an obvious stand-alone meaning and was never properly described with process or usage, and therefore never properly leveraged as an effective tool in Project Management