CPED Instructor Scott Converse explores how queue theory can help the manager with project pipeline delays.
There are many variables that affect project pipeline performance; all we have to do is examine more closely the Little’s Law formula.
The three-tier model of options common for many product and service categories can also be applied to effective project management professional development.
Think about how your project teams and organization would benefit from clutter reduction, repairs and improvement, and adding a touch of innovation where appropriate.
When group work is based on process activity, look to these four root cause areas that might be creating some of the inefficiency or frustration in the system.
The tools listed below have been around for decades and I find they are even more important to use with online meetings and remote problem-solving sessions. However, they should be created in advance, shared in advance, and then updated to reflect the information shared in the session.
This year marks our 75th Anniversary. To celebrate, we’re publishing 75 stories about members of our community. Scott Converse has been a part of the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development team since December 1996 and is currently a CPED instructor and program director.
This year marks our 75th Anniversary. To celebrate, we’re publishing 75 stories about members of our community. Sergio Valletti is the majority owner and managing director of Terranova SRL. He came to CPED in the spring of 2019 to complete his Advanced Management and Leadership Certificate.
What exactly is the difference between the Agile and phase-based project management frameworks? Is one approach more effective than the other? In some ways, this is the question when discussing project management.
Process maps are an extremely useful tool that can help you better organize your teams’ processes, improve communication, and achieve goals.