I have advocated “business led” or “benefits driven” project management since 1997 when the first edition of The Project Workout was published. I argued that a project should only be undertaken if it benefits the organisation. Looking back 14 years, it all seems so obvious. Why would anyone embark on a project with no benefits?
[ribbon-light]Learning About Identities[/ribbon-light]My interest lies in understanding the managers of projects, the nature of their identities. This is an important issue for the profession. Much training is concerned with standards and toolkits, as if project managers can be defined in terms of their familiarity with such artefacts. But the body of knowledge in which embryo […]