A technology failure. This is a case study of a quality assurance manager facing his worst nightmare, and how he reacted. It’s an example of intelligence-based project management.
Category: Project management
Too many unknowns in your project? Here’s an example of how to stop them swamping a project. It illustrates the importance of timing big decisions.
Sweet and Sour Chaos is a story of an intelligence analyst trying to find a “purpose” after escaping from an intelligence agency. Konstantina must save her colleagues from a …
High risk projects can be managed. Intelligence-led project management treats failure like a terrorist threat. It extends agile project delivery.
Risk identification in ambitious projects is difficult because of the unknowns. An intelligence cycle and agile project makes it easier.
The importance of soft skills is unusually high in intelligence-led project management. And underlying it all, is hope and determination.
Stop project failures. With intelligence-led project management exceptional levels of uncertainty can be handled. Details below.
A young business analyst must confront her feared boss. The 3-page story covers data privacy rights in a large company, and snooping by intelligence agencies. The story also illustrates …
Unknown unknowns are surprises that create risks or problems, but they can also provide major opportunities. Here is how to manage them, applied across projects, operations and defence.
The Secret Devil's Advocate is a fictional account of managing “unknown unknowns”. The 7-page story illustrates standard methods, listed here.