I love a good story. I love to read a good story and I love to create stories…although they may not always be “good.:) In fact, I love a good story so much that I’m researching the topic of stories and storytelling as a mechanism for knowledge capture & transfer within project teams. See a … Read more The importance of story
In a previous article titled “Leading by saying No“, I implore CIO’s to lead their organization by saying ‘no’ whenever necessary. As I said in that article: Saying “no” is a powerful thing. No can mean rejection, disappointment, being wrong, being right and a whole host of things. The one thing it doesn’t mean is … Read more CIO’s – Are you hearing your team say No?
This post is an excerpt of a recent paper titled “Improving Knowledge in Projects.” If you’d like to read the full paper, click here for the PDF version of Improving Knowledge in Projects. In the project management world, a considerable amount of research exists to describe the reasons behind the success or failure of projects … Read more Improving Knowledge in Projects