Some project managers lead
successful projects by working well with the members of their team, their
business partners/clients, and so on.
Actually, most successful project
managers are successful because they know how to work with people. Sometimes...
Here's a picture of the field from
Sunday's Jaguars-Saints football game, from NFL.com:
Look at the directional arrows
painted on the field next to the yard markers. Compare the arrow on the 10-yard
line at the top of the picture with...
Jay Shepard has an interesting post today
at Above the Law where he talks about the need for partners to teach associates
to be future partners .
He lists seven things a teaching partner
should do to strengthen the firm for the future:
Scott Adams and Dilbert regularly
ridicule management, usually represented by the pointy-haired boss, or PHB.
Over the many years Adams has been
drawing the strip, he's certainly found plenty of targets for ridicule. Many of
them have struck...
I saw an interesting quote from
golfer Phil Mickelson today.
If I ask anybody to think of their
favorite golf course and favorite hole, it's either a par 3 under 150 yards or
a driveable par 4. 1
In other words, people want to
The always interesting 3 Geeks blog
had a post the other morning about the procurement function in legal in general
and reverse auctions in particular .
The bigger question is this: Should
clients buy legal services based on cost? 1
This article is part 4 of a four-part series on project management lessons from the tsunami
that damaged the TEPCO Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex.
Tuesday, I noted three big
project-management errors in their risk analysis. Wednesday, I