The following question was asked on Gartner PPM & IT Governance (Xchange) (if you haven’t joined us already consider this your official invitation.) “How can mid-level management show that bringing PM methodology is not intended just to add paperwork? Instead that, there is a quick return on the efforts put by all those engaged in [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Project Culture'
The Value of Results over Documentation: or Why You Want to Focus on Building a Project Culture and Not on Compliance with a PM Method.
by Donna Fitzgerald | March 6, 2010 | 3 Comments
by Donna Fitzgerald | June 11, 2009 | 3 Comments
My blog entry All Project Portfolio Management Prioritization is Subjective has generated some interesting comments. There was one underlying thread in the discussion that I thought needed to be brought to the top. Steve Romero (with CA) was concerned that my challenge to the “objectiveness” (where objective is defined as fact based) of most portfolio analytics would [...]