The Bigger Picture – Internal Dynamics of a Team – From Playgrounds to Board Rooms

Michelle Randall, Author at MIPRO

Three Keys to Project Management

Susan Poser over at Oracle Profit has an excellent take on what she considers to be the three keys to project success. Summarized, they are: Project Portfolio/prioritization Project Execution Project Closeout Before starting any project, you must ask yourself three questions. Is this project the most profitable? How well can we track progress utilization and


The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

I recently read The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni. Instead of your standard business book, it bills itself as a ‘leadership fable’, which isentirely true and contributes to is readability and impact. I want to share some thoughts with you, because we are in a massively team-focused business, and this book struck


The Seven Deadly Sins of Business Process Management

Chris Taylor over at Process Excellent Network has a piece about the damp world of  Business Process Management (BPM) gaffes that struck me as interesting. In it, Taylor riffs on his seven deadly sins of BPM, which are: Taking the word management in vain Working in process silos Reinventing the wheel Making it hard to