Fresh Friday 06 March 2015 – What Caught My Attention This Week

Here are the blog posts and articles that caught my attention this week

  • Quay Consulting

    Sometimes the relationship between a customer and a vendor can go sour. It can be hard to get the relationship and the project back on track. Quay Consulting suggest employing an independent project broker to keep both sides honest. This is a good approach however it depends if you have the budget for this service.

  • Kinship Enterprise

    Sometimes justifying enterprise social network technology can be challenging. I think it gets back to a culture issue – where collaboration may be a “in name only” situation. Given this reality, it is no wonder justifying a technology investment can be difficult. On the upside of this, if you are working in a great collaborative networked organisation then the ROI for this type technology will be easier to identify and obtain senior level support. This Blog post examines how ROI can be easily achieved for fully networked organisations.

  • ProjectManager.com.au

    I liked the title of this blog post – Can your project handle the ugly truth? The post provides some thoughts on how to deal with the ugly truth

  • PM Hut

    I think  it is always time to rethink project management theory as the project delivery environment is consistently changing. I liked this blog post about rethinking project management theory.

  • Jenni Doyle

    I believe that there is always an opportunity to learn something new every day. Today I learnt how to upload videos to You Tube. What did you learn today?

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