I sometimes quote ISO90210 (not a real standard) to represent a common approach that, while often used, is not a formally recognised standard. It is more a common but informal way people approach something. In this case I am looking at how to be scared. Apparently there is a standard approach to being scared that… Continue reading An international standard for being scared?
Tag: pragmatic project management
A risk register for lazy project teams
I told someone this article was already up on my blog and then realised I never got around to publishing it. Sorry about that. Successful projects are generally successful because of the way they managed their risks; so I generally try to hire lucky project managers and surround them with a team of people who… Continue reading A risk register for lazy project teams