Pareto Principle Examples, Twitter, & Strategic PM

This post reviews the Pareto Principle – definition, examples, strategic implications, and application to project management. Then it probes how the principle may be at play in the immediate moves by Elon Musk after his takeover of Twitter. Review of Pareto Principle Definition The Pareto Principle, or 80:20 rule, is a rather simple but profound … Read more

Project Management, Product Management, and Strategy

What is the difference between project and product management? This post explores the similarities and differences between the two, the competencies required, building teams for each, the comparative life cycles, and strategic impacts. It also explores how program management interacts with both. Project and Product Management Functions There are many similarities – but also many … Read more

A Personal Parallel to Strategic Project Management

Personal mindset is very much at the core of becoming a strategic thinker and project manager. This post explores personal aspects such as our actions, our ambitions, and our aspirations – and how they map to various aspects of project management and strategy. What Our Actions, Ambitions, and Aspirations Tell Us Someone famously said one … Read more

The Low Code No Code Strategy

Low Code No Code, otherwise known as Citizen Development, is a growing development that is closely associated with the project management discipline. In fact, it is very project centric, and also has important strategic implications. This post explores what low code no code Citizen Development is, and it’s impact on strategy and the practice of … Read more