Our world is changing at an unprecedented rate. The rate of change often outpaces an organization’s ability to keep pace with it. To survive, organizations are now in a constant state of change and ambiguity is prevalent.
As a Risk Management Professional (RMP), I have extensive experience with PMI’s risk management process. In my professional opinion, it is a brilliant theory and set of best practices that can be leveraged to: (1) identify, quantify, and rank uncertainties; (2) develop strategies with stakeholders and subject matter experts on how to best mitigate risk […]Read more "Maximize Project Risk Management Strategy Effectiveness With Empowered Risk Owners – By Dr. Michael D. Ikona, Psy.D., PCC, PMP, RMP, ACP"
Let’s face it; decisions made during project management are a critical factor in determining the success or failure of a project. Yet, many organizations do not invest time or effort into understanding the different types of decision making methods. Most of the time, organizations simply vote or rely on the highest level manager’s opinion to […]Read more "Decision Making Methods For Organizational Leaders And Project Managers – By Dr. Michael D. Ikona, Psy.D., PCC, PMP, RMP, ACP"
During my career, I have been fortunate to help organizations make the transition from traditional project management methodologies to Agile. Executives, IT Professionals, and Project Management Professionals often ask me what part of the transition is most challenging. My answer, based on my own professional experience, is an Agile Coach’s ability to effectively utilize Servant Leadership with their teams.Read more "Servant Leadership Defined For Organizational Leaders And Agile Project Managers – By Dr. Michael D. Ikona, Psy.D., PCC, PMP, RMP, ACP"