Posts Tagged ‘Column’

The social responsibility of Project Management

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28 augustus 2015

‘I’m tired of the moral ambiguity of what we’re doing.’ This is a direct quote from a research colleague during a recent conference call.

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Initial insights from the National Workshop Series

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12 juni 2015

Last year’s National Workshop Series provided many insights into both the ‘human factor’ topics and the value of the series itself.

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Dutch ethics in the New York Times

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3 april 2015

As a North American and native English speaker, I have a certain devotion to the New York Times.

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Programmamanagement in de praktijk

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3 april 2015

Naast vormgeving ook diepgang op PGM Open 2015

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Project Management Singularity

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17 februari 2015

I’ve had many conversations about DNRG in the last 2 years with each one challenging me to better articulate the vision I have for this developing organization. It was a recent conversation, though, that really brought an important focus.

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Column Beverly Pasian

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24 oktober 2014

As a native English speaker, I am quite partial to metaphors. Friends and colleagues are quite entertained [read: tolerant] of my references to rails or nuts or going crazy.

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A note on the gender discussion

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29 augustus 2014

The very first time I saw a reference to ‘women in project management’ was at the PMI Global Congress in Toronto, 2005. I was walking through the exhibition hall with Janice Thomas and saw a booth for the associated SIG.

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The changing (Dutch) body of project management knowledge

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20 juni 2014

‘The profession should concentrate on the substance. The modeling task can be delegated to specialists.’

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Hoofd, hart en handen

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17 februari 2014

Congrescolumn Wat is leidend in projectmanagement?

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What human factors are we discussing?

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17 februari 2014

There are factors that support a project management capability that are undeniable, immeasurable, and dynamic. DNRG is committed to working with project managers to identify, explore and operationalize them.

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