Do you make a point of ensuring that everyone who goes on a training course transfers what they have learned to their work environment? It’s worth doing. A new study by ESI International shows that when training is transferred back onto the job, Project Management Offices (PMOs) are considered more effective by project teams and […]
Moorhouse has recently released the results of their survey into what is driving change and how effective it is. The team surveyed around 200 UK Board members and those who report directly to the Board. As a group,
At Ten Six Consulting we provide advice and health checks for companies embarking on change initiatives. We also help companies that are struggling with implementing new things. Change initiatives fail more often than business owners would like, but you can stop that from happening to you. Here are five reasons
Wouldn’t it be great if projects existed in isolation? Project managers would have full control over the project environment, users would never change their minds about requirements because of something they saw elsewhere, and you’d never be caught out by a shift in office politics. Unfortunately, that never happens. Projects are always dependent on something […]
The point of completing projects is to get the benefit from the change that is delivered. Projects are done to improve things, so it is important to know what benefits you can expect from a project and how these will be measured.
Project managers are rarely in direct control of their project team members. Team members are seconded on to the project, or loaned from another department. If you aren’t their direct boss, how do you get them to do anything?
Everyone is talking about using social media at work. There are still some barriers to adopting new technologies though. Today we are going to look at 5 myths about using social media on projects.
Co-Sponsor Problems From time to time, we come across projects that have two sponsors. It’s rare to have more than two executives sponsoring a project, but even having two can cause problems. A project to launch new software for the sales force, for example, could be sponsored by the IT Director, whose team is doing […]
Wouldn’t it be great if everyone got on? If projects had no points of conflict? Well, if you have ever worked on a project where everything was perfect all the time and no conflict arose, give us a call. We want to know how you did it.
When Henry Gantt plotted out projects in the steel industry using bars to show the progress of tasks, I doubt he realized that he was going to revolutionize how projects were managed. Gantt charts display horizontal bars that provide a graphical