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The week is almost over…and it’s been one of epic proportions.  I’m so glad the day is almost over.  I’m so glad that tomorrow, my day will end early and allow me 5 whole days to unwind and reflect and relax.  694 more words

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Live from Detroit, It's Saturday Night! By: Angie Sokol

“It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation and only one bad one to lose it.”                     - Benjamin Franklin

When Mary Barra took the pole position at General Motors in January, I doubt if she knew the trouble she was inheriting. 

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The Reason a Business Developer's Opinion Matters, by: Scot Cafferty

The role of business development (BD) in a firm like AMS can be daunting.  With over two decades of industry leadership and numerous satisfied global clients, how can the BD role live up to the expectation of “ 240 more words

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Cognitive Biases III: The Sunk Cost Bias

 
by Paul Lohnes, MBA, PMP
Published in the Project Post-Gazette, Issue 2014-01,  Project Post-Gazette

Continuing our series on cognitive biases that can impact your performance as either a project manager (PM) or business analyst (BA) from our… 1,419 more words

Strategic Thinking

Cognitive Biases III: The Sunk Cost Bias

 
by Paul Lohnes, MBA, PMP
Published in the Project Post-Gazette, Issue 2014-01,  Project Post-Gazette

Continuing our series on cognitive biases that can impact your performance as either a project manager (PM) or business analyst (BA) from our… 1,419 more words

Strategic Thinking

Cognitive Biases IV: The Recency Effect

by Paul Lohnes, MBA, PMP
Published in the Project Post-Gazette, Issue 2014-02,  Project Post-Gazette

Having covered the two most prevalent cognitive biases that project managers (PM) and business analysts (BA) are susceptible to: the confirmation bias and the sunk cost bias given the particularly intensive and personal involvement surrounding most projects, the next cognitive bias that we have found at many of our remediation engagements (project whispering) is a particularly interesting form of what psychologists called the availability bias. 1,428 more words

Project Management

Cognitive Biases IV: The Recency Effect

by Paul Lohnes, MBA, PMP
Published in the Project Post-Gazette, Issue 2014-02,  Project Post-Gazette

Having covered the two most prevalent cognitive biases that project managers (PM) and business analysts (BA) are susceptible to: the confirmation bias and the sunk cost bias given the particularly intensive and personal involvement surrounding most projects, the next cognitive bias that we have found at many of our remediation engagements (project whispering) is a particularly interesting form of what psychologists called the availability bias. 1,428 more words

Project Management