The last part includes further articles, webinars, podcasts and interesting stuff that I came across over the past month.
One of the most surprising project failures I came recently across was the one of the new Berlin airport. It is rare to see a project of such size fail, especially in Germany, a country known for its effectiveness, efficiency and planning capabilities.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Stuart Crainer and Des DearLove, founders of Thinkers50, launched in 2001, and the first-ever global ranking of management thinkers. I was curious to hear about their project, as well as their views on thought leadership, and why project management has been ignored by most of the “gurus”.
Every organization needs what I call a “hierarchy of purpose.” Without one, it is almost impossible to prioritize effectively.