Project Chaos and Change Management

In my last blog I proposed increasing your project success through stakeholder engagement and the use of SIMSCoM. This week I would like to take a look at the application of change management theory. You always hear people talking about change management, but rarely do you see anyone applying change management in practice. Let’s take […]
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Cloud Computing Course Under Way

I am over in Rockville, MD presenting the Hands-On Cloud Computing course. Its always exciting on day one to find out who is attending and what their motivations are. I have a great class of 14 attendees, two of which are attending remotely using AnyWare. There is a strong government presence and also a number of […]
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Microsoft Office Web Apps – Changing the Way We Work

With the imminent launch of Microsoft Office 2010, one of the most eagerly awaited features is Office Web Apps. Office Web Apps enables accessing the Microsoft productivity tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint via a browser with the documents stored in a Windows Live account or maybe an organizations corporate SharePoint server. On the surface, […]
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Managing Project Communication Using PRINCE2® – Part 2 of 3

Consistent and clear communications is the cornerstone to achieving effective project outcomes. It isn’t enough to use PRINCE2 to plan for effective project communication, as we discussed in my previous post.  Successful project managers must know how to implement that plan! Effective project communications requires timely and relevant information distribution, accurate and timely reporting, and […]
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Does Working Effectively with Azure Require New Skills ?

Recently I wrote a post that discussed developing applications for Microsoft’s Azure. This article was stimulated by an interview with Steve Balmer. My views drew a strong healthy response from Microsoft developers, insisting ASP.NET applications can be moved directly to the Azure cloud. Related to my post an article on Information Week had Bob Muglia, […]
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