My latest article on Microsoft’s TechNet site has just been published in the From the Trenches column on Microsoft TechNet. You can read the whole article at Breaking Bad… News that is.
It was a great week at the PMI Global Congress in New Orleans; a city that doesn’t seem to need any sleep at all! I presented two papers which are now here on the site. The papers were well received and it was great to make contact with new and old friends alike.
This paper was originally delivered at the PMI Global Congress in New Orleans in October 2013.
This article discusses how to identify a project which should be cancelled, distinguish it from a project that is merely troubled and then if need be, actively cancel a project in a way that is empowering to the project team, the organization, the stakeholders and even the project manager.
This paper was originally presented at the PMI Global Congress in New Orleans, LA in October 2013.
Applying statistical data mining techniques to project data is relatively uncommon and surprisingly so given the remarkable value that such techniques can reveal. This paper discusses how to apply data mining techniques for project data in the easiest of grouping and graphical representations of data.