Cloud Computing Course Pilot a Success

From 8th – 10th March 2010 we ran a pilot of the Cloud Computing Technologies: A Comprehensive Introduction course in Reston. With 16 attendees from a variety of backgrounds, the course provided a thorough hands-on coverage of cloud computing.  On day one, we examined the architecture of the cloud and considered the advantages and also barriers […]
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Managing ‘The Big Four’ in Successful Projects

Part 1 of 2, In successful projects, four groups are involved. These groups are: top management, project manage­ment, the project team, and the client.  Today we will talk about the first two groups: top management and project management.  Collaboration is crucial. Top Management In successful projects, top manage­ment support and commitment are essential. Management shows […]
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Business Analysis and the BABOK®

The set of generally accepted best practices defined by the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® (BABOK®) Version 2.0 provides a business analysis framework defining areas of knowledge, associated activities and tasks, and the skills required to perform them.   The scope of this standard covers pre-project activities, the full project life cycle and the final product’s […]
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Managing Time with SharePoint Calendars

Using calendars to manage time and resources is a common requirement in many systems and for many reasons. Being able to quickly and easily create calendars and views of events has always been a powerful tool within SharePoint. Often however the out of the calendar features were not sufficient to meet users needs and third […]
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Project Leadership Success: Responsibilities, Competencies and Behaviors That Produce Positive Results – Part 2 of 10

Responsibilities: Providing Coaching Coaching represents a critical attribute of project leadership. A project leader who coaches: helps team members advance their skills, builds a stronger project team and provides career guidance. According to Emotional Intelligence (EI) guru Daniel Goleman, coaching in leadership is best summed up by the phrase “try this.” (from Goleman, Daniel, Boyatis, […]
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