A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….when I defined the requirements for a new Project Information Manager (PIM) my key needs were: Extensible – foresight that there were developments on the horizon that would need future development and expansion of the system to include data collection for new fields. Flexibility – to […]

If you lay a strong foundation for data management that is based on good, reliable rules, which are managed and governed, you will do well in providing good information to assist decision making. Makes sense, right? Business must lead What is the goal of the project, why are you running this project, what will you […]

If you lay a strong foundation for data management that is based on good, reliable rules, which are managed and governed, you will do well in providing good information to assist decision making. Makes sense, right? Business must lead What is the goal of the project, why are you running this project, what will you […]

Taxonomy & Taxonomies A disorganised system will be prone to stagnation, have limited user adoption and dissolve into chaos!  Do you have a Taxonomy? If a taxonomy is formed at the outset of an information management project, a foundation can be defined that will enable the organisation to expand and evolve their system as demands […]

Why Projects Fail – The Early Indicators – Part 3
Over my 3 articles I have explained some of the key areas where your projects could potentially get into trouble.

What are the indicators that could signify (before its too late) that your project may be failing…