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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Flexible Project Model: The Visionate Cycle

    In order to deliver results in the challenging circumstances typical of many business environments, project leaders must be absolutely committed to the success of their projects and leading their team to that success. Frequently they must execute this feat without any explicit support, sometimes with active resistance, and occasionally in...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Flexible Project Model: The Speculate Cycle

    People often have the mistaken notion that the difference between traditional and eXtreme project management is an argument about planning versus not planning. That's far from the truth. Both involve planning. And in both arenas, the goal is to keep the project under control. The discussion really needs to center...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Mega Trends In Project Management: Ions To Keep Your Eye On

    Failure to plan and schedule the eXtreme project before rushing ahead and just doing it will quickly send the venture into chaos. But overplanning the project will not only waste valuable time; the resultant detailed plan will be a group exercise in fiction writing. Overplanning also has the effect of...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Traditional Project Management Vs. Extreme Project Management An Apples And Cumquats Comparison

    More and more projects are characterized by a combination of high speed, high change, high uncertainty, while at the same time requiring integration of numerous subprojects. One project management shoe no longer fits all feet. New methodologies and templates are proliferating to meet requirements for specific types of projects: by...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Flexible Project Model: The Visionate Cycle

    In order to deliver results in the challenging circumstances typical of many business environments, project leaders must be absolutely committed to the success of their projects and leading their team to that success. Frequently they must execute this feat without any explicit support, sometimes with active resistance, and occasionally in...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Flexible Project Model: The Speculate Cycle

    People often have the mistaken notion that the difference between traditional and eXtreme project management is an argument about planning versus not planning. That's far from the truth. Both involve planning. And in both arenas, the goal is to keep the project under control. The discussion really needs to center...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Mega Trends In Project Management: Ions To Keep Your Eye On

    Failure to plan and schedule the eXtreme project before rushing ahead and just doing it will quickly send the venture into chaos. But overplanning the project will not only waste valuable time; the resultant detailed plan will be a group exercise in fiction writing. Overplanning also has the effect of...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Traditional Project Management Vs. Extreme Project Management An Apples And Cumquats Comparison

    More and more projects are characterized by a combination of high speed, high change, high uncertainty, while at the same time requiring integration of numerous subprojects. One project management shoe no longer fits all feet. New methodologies and templates are proliferating to meet requirements for specific types of projects: by...

    Provided By Doug DeCarlo Group