On the use and abuse of Technology and its Management from the perspective of an academic at UCL specialising in Project Management, Systems Engineering and Space Science/Technology.

Thursday, August 26, 2004

Step 1. Make a List

I'm not sure about these lists. Using them is a bit like having food chewed for you. These particular ones are OK, don't get me wrong, but I feel a complete manager ought to have an underlying theory in mind so that lists and syllabi can be grown at will when needed.

Something like the Balanced Scorecard, but for projects.

Hal Macomber: Ten Rules for Project Managers

Computerworld: The systems builder as leader (five skills and six practices)

APM: Body of Knowledge

PMI: Body of Knowledge

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