In My Judgment – BA Owns Risk

Who really owns risks on a project?

RiskIn this week’s episode of In My Judgment, Bob and Haydn share the importance of capturing risks during a project’s lifecycle. They also share who should own the risks.

Listen in a find out what they think, if you agree or disagree let us know by sharing your thoughts in our LinkedIn community.

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In My Judgment – Improv for PMs & BAs

Are you using all the tools you can?

 

 

Improv for PMs and BAsWhen was the last time you were in the hallway and your sponsor or stakeholder asked you a question about the project? Were you ready with all the answers? Did you know what you wanted to say? How confident were you that what you shared was correct?

Listen in to this week’s episode of In My Judgement to learn about a tool that all BAs and PMs need to be using. Learn a rule or two that can help you and your project team.

For more helpful hints check out the “PM Super Hero“ post to learn how to keep a project notebook and combine it with improv for greater effectiveness.

Be sure to visit our LinkedIn group and share your thoughts with the community.

 

In My Judgment – Too Many Managers

Does it feel like there are more managers on projects than there are people to do the work?

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Change Management & It’s Impacts

In this week’s episode of the “In My Judgment” Haydn and Bob share some thoughts on the change management role in the project world. Tell us your experience with change management of your projects. Have you applied enough change management or have you had too much? Let us know your thoughts and experience by sharing in our LinkedIn Group.

In My Judgement – Stop Padding

Are you a fan of the wild guess estimation approach?

 

estimatingIn this episode of In My Judgement, Bob and Haydn share their thoughts as to why project managers tend to pad estimates. Listen to them plead with the PM community and ask to stop the game of padding. Do you still pad estimates given by your project team? Do you take the time to plan and breakdown the project so you can get better estimates? Let us know your thoughts by going to our LinkedIn Group.

In My Judgement – Toughest Role

What is the toughest role to have in the PM world?

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Portfolio roll-up

Does your organization have a portfolio manager? In this episode of In My Judgement Bob and Haydn discuss what it takes to be a portfolio manager. They also touch on some distractions that can slow down your business and reduce organizational effectiveness.

Tell us what you think of portfolio management and how your organization deals with pet projects by leaving a comment in our LinkedIn group.

In My Judgement Episode – The Enough-ness factor

So what does enough-ness mean when it comes to managing project work? Do you have an enough-ness factor built into your project practices?

 

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Breaking down enough work

Have you struggled with breaking down the work that you do on a project? In this episode of In My Judgment the co-hosts discuss the best way to look at a work breakdown structures and how to identify enough work to track and manage.

Come and share your thoughts with us on the enough-ness factor on LinkedIn.

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