Tag: Scrappy Project Management
(This article was originally published on www.svprojectmanagement.com) A recipe alone doesn’t make cookies, but it’s a start. And great chefs don’t need a recipe book, but someone with the discipline to follow a recipe can cook like a great chef with discipline and a little practice. And the same is true for the recipe for [...]
(This article was originally published on www.svprojectmanagement.com) We are Family. Sure, but if you’re like most families, you use what I call the “random chaos” approach to life. In a splendid demonstration of hope triumphing over experience, two people embark on what could be a decades long adventure. They get married, have kids, survive raising [...]
“Genki” is a word my Japanese colleagues frequently use to describe me. They tell me it means I am cheerful and fun, but I’m pretty sure it is a secret code meaning that I’m noisy, wild, and just a tad scary. Nevertheless somewhere around five dozen people turned up for the book launch party for [...]
Posted: July 22nd, 2009 under Gobal, Impossible, Japan, Leadership, Scrappy Project Management.
Tags: Business, Clean Water, Coal, Death, Hunger, Japan, kimberly wiefling, Management, Oil, Renewable Energy, Scrappy Project Management
PROJECT MANAGERS SUCCEED BY GETTING “SCRAPPY” Kimberly Wiefling, author of “Scrappy Project Management: The 12 Predictable and Avoidable Pitfalls Every Project Faces,” helps project managers succeed when communications and timelines break down, results seem impossible, or teams are non-performing. Murphy’s Law states: If something can go wrong, it will. According to international Project Management Consultant, [...]
Scrappy means ATTITUDE. Scrappy means not relying on a title to be a leader. Scrappy means being willing to take risks and put yourself out there. Scrappy means doing the right thing, even when you don’t feel like it. Scrappy means having the steely resolve of a street fighter. Scrappy means sticking to your guns [...]
Posted: January 20th, 2008 under Leadership, Scrappy Guides, Scrappy Project Management.
Tags: Integrity, kimberly wiefling, Project Management, scrappy, Scrappy Guides, Scrappy Project Management