Datability: The top theme at CeBIT 2014

5 February 2014
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In a few weeks, the world’s largest IT fair will congregate on the grounds of the Deutsche Messe in Hannover. The theme of this year’s CeBIT is “Datability” which is a clever combination of the word data and the terms sustainability and responsibility. Ever since the Edward Snowden affair and its connection to the NSA and British intelligence agency GCHQ, the subject of data protection and data security has dominated the media with countless debates on this subject matter. Hence CeBIT ‘s response presenting its “Datability” theme focusing on solutions that aim to improve the usability and protection of proprietary data.

The Wembley Stadium project scores with the support of cheering fans

4 June 2013
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It’s Saturday!  It’s time again for German fans to ramp up for one of the greatest soccer matches taking place at the legendary Wembley Stadium. In the upcoming Champions League final, the two top German teams FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund compete against each other on the hallowed turf of the English landmark,  home of the English national football team. What the Eiffel Tower  is to the French, the Wembley Stadium is to the English. As the former Brazilian footballer Pelé once noted, “Wembley is not only ‘the church’ of football, but also the ‘capital and the heart’ of […]

Facing Project Complexity Head On

18 January 2013
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Through the recession and the increasing globalization of the economy, projects have become more difficult. Many companies are dealing with a highly complex business environment that is characterized by unusually intense and fast cycles impacted by unforeseeable risks. Project managers are facing problems, which they apparently cannot solve and are overstrained by the complexity of issues inherent to their projects. Best practices and strategies are often not helpful and force project managers to come up with alternatives to move things along to avoid a project from coming to a standstill.  For project managers, the stalling of a project is probably […]

Project Porsche 911: Where the rubber meets the road

19 November 2012
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Porsche 911 Genius Red

Although the Porsche 911 will celebrate its 50th anniversary in a few months, it definitely doesn’t look its age!  It is an absolute classic among sports cars and its timeless design never goes out of style.  In the world of Project Management, the Porsche 911 is certainly a flagship project.  According to German magazine “MotorKlassik” only 10 prototypes were built prior to its release in September 1963.  This fact alone, is almost unbelievable, compared to today’s mass-production manufacturers who can burn through 100s of prototypes before a product launch.