Applying the Pareto Principle to the History of Project Management

Applying the Pareto Principle to the History of Project Management

Fresh from the camera – Lesson 2 on Project Management 2.0: The History of Project Management as We Know It. Applying the Pareto principle to Project Management history, we can safely conclude that it consists of three major milestones. Watch Lesson 2 – and let me know if you disagree. Good people from a fledging […]

Project Managers Not PMPs: A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Project Management and PMP Certification

Project Managers Not PMPs: A Hard Look at the Soft Practice of Project Management and PMP Certification PMs Not PMPs

If you are a manager of any level, you probably expect to become a good manager. As we are all accidental project managers because we have to manage a project every once in a while, so we should all be able to benefit from this course. And I say “we” because I will be learning through your feedback.

Productivity, Happiness, Engagement and IQ

Productivity, Happiness, Engagement and IQ Performance Engagement IQ

I merged and analyzed the available data on GDP (per capita), national IQs, happiness, and employee engagement worldwide, for 93 countries. My goal is to come up with practical suggestions to business leaders; thus, these observations are focused more on qualitative results and trends than on the “scientificity” of the idea. Here are my observations focused on qualitative results and trends.

Happy Passover, All!

Happy Passover, All!

I decided to post the same image as last year, just modified it to keep everybody in the picture safe and to commemorate the circumstances in which we enter Passover and Easter holidays this year. Let the story of Passover remind everyone, Jewish and gentile, of our power to overcome any hardship.