Month: December 2014

Collaborative Execution Video: How to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Project Team

People want to work together, but most of the time, there is no simple method for them to do so. The result is that problems are identified very late. Communication is delayed, the right problem solvers arrive too late for prevention, leading to rework – additional work – into the process. Capacity is consumed doing the …

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Why Do Projects Succeed or Fail? Priority Control

My last post concerned the second principle of the Basic Collaboration Level of the Project Execution Maturity Model, Functional Alignment. This post introduces the third principle, Priority Control. Managing priorities is one of your most powerful weapons to eliminate multitasking. But even with “formal” priorities, there’s often significant disagreement amongst team members about what is the …

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