(Multi)Project Management – Pill 010

On his table, Weinberg (1992) tried to quantify the time lost “jumping” within projects. A lot of researches show and affirm that multitasking kills efficiency. Unfortunately, in nowadays world, is impossible to do one thing at the time so how to be efficient while managing several projects? First we must set up a methodology thatContinue reading “(Multi)Project Management – Pill 010”

Contingency – Pill 008

That is a term widely used in project management, most of the time misused to justify a not well done planning or analysis. In project management Contingency is generally (and wrongly) used when talking about Times (when duration is uncertain) or Costs (the famous “safety bearings” to absorb some cost oscillation). Actually that usage ofContinue reading “Contingency – Pill 008”