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Managing Projects in a VUCA world

I’ve written previously about the models developed by Turner and Cochrane, Dombkins and Obeng which classify 4 types of project depending on how much you know about what a project is trying to achieve and the extent to which you know how to go about the project. Eddie Obeng’s categories of Fog, Quest, Movie-making and … Continue reading

Collaborative Planning with a Visual Look-ahead Plan

I’ve been facilitating some project management workshops with a client whose office is currently undergoing a major refurbishment programme. We talk about the different time horizons that need to be considered when planning a project. Thanks to the client’s Project Manager, I had the opportunity to visit the project office being run by BW, the … Continue reading

7 Leadership Lessons for Project Managers – an interview with Paul Hodgkins

An intervew with Paul Hodgkins after his speech on The Power of Leadership – 7 Leadership Lessons, at Challenges of Project Management conference by PMI Poland Chapter Kujawsko-Pomorskie Branch – Toruń 5-6 March 2018.

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