The True Value of Change…

2017-09-22

The following is an extract from Peter Taylor’s (aka – The Lazy Project Manager) new book ‘How to get Fired at the C-Level: Why mismanaging change is the biggest risk of all’ previous extracts followed a series of 5 Challenges that we believe every organisation should consider, and consider very carefully – and now we will look at …

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Peter’s challenging change!!

2017-04-25

In his new book – How to get Fired at the C-Level: Why mismanaging change is the biggest risk of all – Peter Taylor challenges the foundations of organisational change, asking if the c-level executives out there are truly ready for change to be successful in their own businesses? You can read more about this …

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Top 10 things that people do wrong when trying to manage that tricky temporary endeavour that is designed to bring about a positive Change…

2017-03-21

They put an inexperienced ‘non’ project manager in charge – projects are just different and you need to have the experience to lead them They don’t treat it as a new activity that deserves focus and attention, but rather they behave as if it is just an addition to their current workload – the danger …

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How to get Fired at the C-Level

2017-03-02

Has there ever been a better title to grab someone’s attention? Granted, its slightly controversial and may be a little sensitive for us CEO/Director’s ears, but in truth – it could actually save our jobs or more extremely our companies… I have worked with Peter Taylor (the author of this provocative book) for the past …

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CASE STUDY: Global Project Management Coaching Program

2017-02-08

Coaching is a powerful relationship to help you make immediate and extraordinary progress in your personal and your professional development. It’s a partnership, its an advocacy with support and attention and a coach who is dedicated to your professional growth.

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More Female Project Managers Needed

2016-01-08

The project manager enters the room and the conversation slowly dies down to nothing, silence, all heads turned to look at this man who is tasked with turning round this failing mega rail project. There is a pause before, spotting the man who by his description is most likely to be the site foreman the …

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Adapting to meet a rapidly evolving future

2015-12-16

I was reading an article by Glenn Llopis, published by Forbes entitled 6 leadership failures that put your company at risk. In his first paragraph he writes about leadership not recognizing or capitalizing on the need for change in a rapidly evolving marketplace.

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Project Happiness

2015-11-10

Project Happiness – Cleaning up the fishponds of work place teams I was on my way to a conference in a taxi on Guernsey. The taxi driver asked me what the conference was about. So I told him about The Dandelion Project and Thrive 2020 on Guernsey. The Dandelion Project has a single and clear …

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The Accidental Project Managers

2015-11-04

“Hello, please come in. Take a seat. How are you today?” It often starts like this. “I wanted to thank you for all of your hard work, especially your contributions on the legislative burden, as you know, we are pretty stretched and the FCA keep piling on new regulation.” Pause, do you know what is …

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Why PMP, by Ray Moore

2015-10-26

When we come into contact with people in the world of project management the topic of certification can often be discussed. Some of the questions are: Why should a project manager become PMP certified? What will the certification give the business? Will it guarantee more successful project deliveries? I achieved PMP certification many years ago …

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