There is a great deal written on the subject of building teams including, building [tag-tec]project teams[/tag-tec], however one thing that is very notable about this process is it is of a very personal nature. Two people that might build a project team or the same exact project might very likely to do it differently just as every person is different every [tag-dir]project team[/tag-dir] that they build will be different.
Entries from December 2009
December 23rd, 2009 · 164 Comments
December 16th, 2009 · 37 Comments
[tag-tec]Gold plating[/tag-tec], or the idea of delivering more or better than requested is generally not accepted in [tag-dir]project management[/tag-dir] doctrine. However, I think we need to take this with a grain of salt and consider how to discern when and how we might over deliver.
December 12th, 2009 · 620 Comments
[tag-tec]Task estimating[/tag-tec] is a critical skill for [tag-dir]project managers[/tag-dir] and [tag-dir]project teams[/tag-dir]. We cannot manage what we cannot estimate. However, realistically, it is very difficult to be able to estimate every possible task accurately.
December 5th, 2009 · 686 Comments
Often on our projects there is none a perfect match between the talents of our team and the challenges of the project. We do the best we can to match capabilities and prior experience to the needs of our current projects but as reality has it each project is unique. We try to “are the best athletes” but invariably there are going to be some gaps in the skills required. [tag-tec]“Just in time learning”[/tag-tec] can be the answer to these issues.