Project Management

Turn Failed Projects to Opportunities

Project Management: 2 Approaches

Business Synergies Approach



Innovation Project Management

Radical Project Management

Turn Problems to Opportunities

To profit from experience you must be open and willing to learn, even from what some people might consider a failure Case Studies.

What may seem to be a failure can actually lead to new opportunities, especially if the knowledge acquired from the failed projects can be exploited.

Noble Failure

Effective learning questions can serve as a starting point for the assimilation of learning.

Learning SWOT Questions

"Learning questions should focus on both project content and the project-development process. The trick is to generate double-loop learning: to learn what works and what does not, and about the assumptions (business logic) that lie behind why it works or why it does not. During reviews, it is important not only to digest what is learned, but also either to renew the commitment and motivation necessary to keep the project going, or to terminate it," say Paula K.. Martin and Karen Tate, the authors of Getting Started in Project Management.

Freedom to Fail