Managing Bottlenecks. Good Project Management is a lot like avoiding traffic

12 May 2017
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Living in one of Canada’s largest metropolitan areas, Montreal is infamous for its traffic jams caused by never ending construction and growing population.  In a recent report it confirmed that the typical Montrealer that has a 30 minute commute loses 92 hours a year to traffic. The reality of this loss is astronomical impacting businesses, the environment and in some cases health issues that result from increased stressed levels and the broadened carbon footprint.  Although strategies to mitigate traffic issues  exist, similar to the project management world, it only takes one unexpected change of event to occur and you will […]

Are you ready to fight the Brain Drain? The Future of Project Management Depends on it

29 March 2012
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In many ways the discipline of project management heavily focuses on best practices in improving and streamlining both soft and hard factors impacting a project’s outcome.  Whether it is the implementation of Earned Value Management (EVM) techniques or it’s adhering to Prince2 or the PMBOK, project management practitioners are constantly seeking for better ways to get it right.  Although these methodologies and techniques are helpful in developing a strategy for success, nothing can replace the acquired experience of a seasoned project manager who understands the nuances of the projects he or she serves that can turn at a moment’s notice.  […]