Using brainstorming as a risk identification technique provides a free and open approach that encourages everyone on a project team to participate. It can result in a greater sense of project risk ownership, and a team commitment to managing risk for the duration of the project. Read more
That’s why Einstein’s watch is exactly one minute behind mine.
I had always admired how organized and efficient my boss was, and so I asked him his secret. He told me about how he used Getting Things Done (GTD) to structure his work and I was inspired to follow his lead. Read more
One innovative approach to governance and project management is to tailor the type and level of management to the risk assessed for each project, avoiding the costs of treating all projects as though they carried a high level of risk. Read more
Additional variables must be controlled for in comparative testing that generally make it more challenging than traditional usability testing. These variables span planning, execution, and test analysis. Read more
From Sigmund Freud to Jimi Hendrix to Stephen King, some of the greatest minds have resorted to extreme measures to unleash their creativity and push the limits of innovation. Read more
Product management teams are constantly looking for new ways to innovate ahead of the competition - from new features to stunning design and implementing modern technology. But does modernizing a legacy solution result in innovation and growth? Read more