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 risk 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.
High risk projects can be managed. Intelligence-led project management treats failure like a terrorist threat. It extends agile project delivery.
Stop project failures. With intelligence-led project management exceptional levels of uncertainty can be handled. Details below.
Ex intelligence officers face many challenges adjusting to civilian life. This is a 4 page story to illustrate the transition, and the challenge of hiding their background.
Risk analysis failures in projects have a human impact for those involved, as well as a financial one. 6 tips from secret intelligence analysis.
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.