Decision Tree Analysis | worked example

Tree in a forest with multiple branches - representing a decision tree

We all have decisions to make. Sometimes we go with our gut. Sometimes we go with what our moral compass tells us is right. But some decisions require a more structured approach. Decision trees are a great management tool to have in your PMO and Project Management arsenal. Decision tree analysis helps you layout the […]

Software Project Management Theory: Theory W

Win-win (Theory W)

Software Project Management is an art that needs skillful integration of human relations, software technology, and economics in a given context of a software project to make it efficient and easy. The primary challenge experienced by project managers today is that software projects must simultaneously meet the needs of a wide range of stakeholders, including the development team, […]

Eisenhower’s Effective Time Management

time management

Eisenhower’s Effective Time Management Yes – that Eisenhower. If you use this time management approach, you’ll be organizing your time using the approach that was advocated and practiced by the 34th President of the United States of America. What is Eisenhower’s Effective Time Management Model? Eisenhower once noted, “What is important is seldom urgent and what is […]

MoSCoW or Kano Models – how do you prioritize?

KANO

–They say time is infinite. Theoretical Physicists may agree, but anyone involved with Projects knows only too well that time is finite. No matter what you are delivering in your portfolio or project, there never seems to be quite enough time to get everything the customer wants delivering. More often than not, we end up […]