Reducing Corruption in Government Projects

Government projects are prone to corruption, even in countries where anti-corruption laws are strongly enforced. The popular definition of “corruption” is “a form of dishonest or unethical conduct by a person entrusted with a position of authority, often to acquire personal benefit,” while the legal definition is “an act done with intent to give some advantage inconsistent with official duty and the rights of others. … Continue reading Reducing Corruption in Government Projects

What Moms Can Teach Us about Project Management

Looking for project management inspiration? You don’t need to go too far to find it. The greatest project manager is the one who raised you and your siblings, stood rock steady beside your father, made the house a home and did all this while building a successful career. MOM! In this blog, I try to draw the parallel between motherhood and project management.  Here is … Continue reading What Moms Can Teach Us about Project Management

8 must have PM reports

8 Must-Have Project Reports

The primary function of a project report is to deliver the snapshot status of the project progress. The clearer the report, the better it is, as it would provide the sponsor, the team, the management, and the stakeholders with the latest updates of the project. Moreover, the project manager is obliged to ensure the clarity of every report. Continue reading 8 Must-Have Project Reports

How to have fun with day to day project management

How to have fun with day to day project management

Project Management is serious business; it takes a perfect symphony of people, processes, tools and culture for a project to be successful. As complex as daunting as it can be, the project management discipline provides ample scope for those involved to have fun. With a simple change in perspective, Project managers can infuse fun into mundane day-to-day project management activities. How you ask? Read on… Continue reading How to have fun with day to day project management