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1. Forthcoming Book Contribution
(In Public/In the Press)
... for Local Kenyan Health Needs, by Andy Polaine, describes a project for designing critical healthcare information in local communities in Africa. It shows how the user experience of collaboration can address ...
2. Revitalize a Large Team
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... was no clear purpose for the team other than to suck up to the larger tech organization and do their dirty work. The project portfolio was opportunistic. The team members, though clearly bright and excited, ...
3. Digitize Logistics Department
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... attitude and agenda. Part of my work as the project manager and architect was to overcome those barriers and get people to open up. We took a strategy of small steps. This allowed me to get to know the ...
4. When Will We Ever Learn?
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... unless you talk about sales projections. Then, only the past counts. WEIRD. Compensation is not a tool to control behavior at a granular level. Once the general management system is in place, compensation ...
5. An interesting Cookbook
(Thoughts/on Execution)
I am quite intrigued, given my background in Information Security: http://www.adacore.com/home/gnatpro/tokeneer/ This reference project is using a formal process: Requirements analysis (the REVEAL® ...
What a brilliant list! IT's biggest project failures -- and what we can learn from them  ...
7. Project management by the numbers
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
I am a big proponent of managing by numbers. Especially when team work effects are present, it is sometimes hard to differentiate the good from the bad. Here are some interesting thoughts: Project management ...
I have been rather forthcoming with my opinion about Google: lots of air, very little substance. Half baked: 45 percent of Google projects in beta | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone - CNET I will ...
Well, I could not have made a better list myself. Five Things Linus Torvalds Has Learned About Managing Software Projects Folks: When I look back at Aaron, Balaji, Bob, Hank, Ken, Layne, Mike, James, ...
... idiotic logic | IT Project Failures | ZDNet.com  ...
11. 5 Ways to Keep Your Team Intact
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... which makes the whole team for effective. Choose clients wisely Oh yeah! When there is a choice, actually evaluate the profitability of a client and his project. Don't look at the size of the cake, make ...
... there is action, things do improve visible for the frontline troops, and the level of "we can do that" confidence rises. Takes a strong leader to avoid all the interesting little projects on the side, ...
13. The Value of Repetition
(Thoughts/on Execution)
... is inherently worthless (apart from the cash flow it was able to generate). So, what kind of repetition are we talking? I have customers that live off project development, seemingly one-off. They do ...
14. A Triage of Skills
(In Public/My Articles)
... you to get this data. I also wish supervisors would develop a vocabulary for these skills. When I added MBTI to my team’s arsenal, I saw a marked increase in internal and external team performance. Projects ...
The Economist ran a nice story about one of the projects under my jurisdiction at Whirlpool. I cannot honestly claim a lot of involvement in this success story, but I do claim the basic idea of a decentralized ...
16. The Work of Leaders
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... is the Oz Principle. It is really easy to confuse product and process here. Budgets, performance appraisals, staff meetings, project reviews, that whole paraphernalia of modern business life is rather ...
17. Strategy & Execution
(You/Your Challenges)
... formulate its strategy? In short: 15 years of developing and executing strategy: R&D for 8 years, 3 strategic software projects; working on Software Start-up right now I have done my share of strategy ...
18. 2005 Leading the Whirlpool Enterprise
(Documentation/Degrees)
With Jeff Fettig's appointment as CEO, Whirlpool undertook a rather remarkable project: to give every executive in the company formal training on people leadership and development. I participated in this ...
19. 1999 Appreciation for WebWorld
(Documentation/Awards)
For my continued support of Whirlpool Web World, the project team for the version 2.0 gave me this award of appreciation. I was the first person to be called out at the award ceremony. That was a nice ...
20. 2004 CNBC Squawk Box
(In Public/In the Press)
I was invited by Bill Bodin, the then CTO of the Internet Home Alliance, and a project member of Mealtime, to present the Whirlpool side of things to Mike Hegedus, the roving reporter of Squawk Box, on ...
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