Cloud Computing Risks

A recent article was published with the headline ‘Cloud Computing Risks Outweigh Reward‘. The article, based on a small amount of data from a survey published by the ISACA, a leader in IT governance, control and assurance, claimed that around 45 percent of IT professionals surveyed said the risks involved in cloud computing outshone any […]
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Social Media Tools At Work?

Social Media Tools: Applicable at Work or Not? Working as a project management consultant, I’m often asked about some of the “new” social media tools available to organizations.  What are the BEST tools?  How can they help?  Are they worth it?  If you’re thinking about whether or not to apply social media tools at work, […]
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The SharePoint 2010 Pilot Starts Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the day we start to find out about our new SharePoint 2010 course. No matter what we think of it, the ultimate judges are the attendees. Today we set up the classroom and carried out the final tests. We had a few  small glitches which we fixed and now we are ready. I […]
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Protect Your Project Team – Part 1: Be Politically Sensible

Introduction “You have to learn the rules of the game.  And then you have to play better than anyone else.” Dianne Feinstein, U.S. Senator, first woman elected mayor of San Francisco How can you use political sensibility to protect the project team from disruption and interference in order to increase effectiveness? If you are to […]
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Successfully Juggling the 7 PRINCE2® Themes

Let’s take a look at the second part of the integrated PRINCE2 project management framework: the seven themes that guide the project manager and the project team during the project life cycle.  These themes describe critical aspects of project management that must be addressed continuously and in parallel throughout any project.  Defining and managing the themes throughout […]
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