At the last meeting of the NDIA Project Management Systems Committee the group voted overwhelmingly to rename itself the Integrated Program Management Division. This is a significant shift in the thinking of industry and government when it comes to project management, though it may not have been fully comprehended by all attendees at the time. 366 more words
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Innovation is a process, mostly it is managed for better or worse with some sort of stage-gate process.
Sensitive project management of innovation is vital, the context of the project, the culture, management engagement, business model, the source of resources used, funding, and all the rest are critically important, and blend into a system. 239 more words
Some things we can predict with great accuracy, simply because we can quantify almost all the variables that come into play. The path a bullet will follow when fired, how long it will take a brick to hit the ground when dropped, and how much fuel it will take to do 10 laps of Mount Panorama racetrack flat out. 163 more words
There is a lot to learn from the SPC imbroglio, the feds must be delighted to have got away with their IR/”no more handouts” agenda intact as the Victorian government bailed out not only SPC, but their federal colleagues, albeit not a good look for the state version and federal version of the same party to take a different position on a matter that both are saying is fundamental to their philosophy. 523 more words
How can we use rubrics to help students self-assess their performance?
As students engage in the learning process, performance assessments are one type of assessment that can be used formatively to guide students’ learning. 744 more words
The Lodestar Assessor Suite℠: Why We Invest In The Development Of Business Performance Diagnostic Tools
Improving performance in any key area of your business is not easy, even in the best of circumstances. If it were, we’d all already have fully optimized systems and processes in place. 1,225 more words