Posts Tagged ‘Stalls’



Thought Leadership part 2

Posted on: March 31st, 2013 by csaunders No Comments

Firstly you should have a solid project charter document. Don’t even think of ‘kicking things off’ if you don’t have a signed project charter doc. that explains (i) what you are going to be doing and (ii) why you are doing it. Your charter doc. needs to be signed off by the sponsors and stakeholders, [...]

Thought Leadership part 1

Posted on: March 31st, 2013 by csaunders No Comments

Is your project stalled in the early stages? Do you have a good idea about what you want to do but no idea about how to get there? Do you have your budget and charter signed off and your requirements all ‘gathered in’ yet detect a lack of acceleration despite the firing of the starters [...]

Teflon part 2

Posted on: March 31st, 2013 by csaunders No Comments

Secondly consider the individual personalities and cultural issues at play. Some organisations have entire ‘Teflon’ cultures, and some still have echoes of a time when ‘Teflon’ was the culture of-the-day – even though management might have mostly “stamped it out” in the present. If your ‘Teflon’ pal has been around for a more than a [...]

Teflon part 1

Posted on: March 31st, 2013 by csaunders No Comments

Ever wondered how some people in your project team never seem to let any tasks ‘stick’ to them? Frustrated by an inability to get certain team members doing the ‘action(s)’ that clearly belong to them? http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teflon_(nickname)#section_1 Quote: “Teflon is a nickname given to persons, particularly in politics, to whom criticism does not seem to stick. [...]