Media often talk about the great potential of Blockchain technology for companies. At the same time, reports about crypto currencies are becoming increasingly critical. Where are the connections and where is the truth?
Blockchain technologies offer businesses tremendous potential. But many decision makers are faced with the problem of finding the right use case. In the field, a four-step approach has proven its effectiveness.
SCRUM has established itself as a method to develop new solutions efficiently and agile. This article uses a specific example – the development of a smart office solution – to show how a SCRUM project can be executed using Microsoft Planner.
In November, I got the honour to present the new versions of Microsoft Project and SharePoint to a lot of customers cross-over Germany. I gathered lots of questions that I’d like to share. Here are my top 7 frequently asked […]
Controlling a project might be quite a hassle if you don’t have proper instruments. This article shows how to use Burndown charts for tracking progress and how to model this in Microsoft Project. First time I got in touch with […]
Matrix organizations with a strong line organization that are conducting programs are having two key players: program and department managers. Both roles are following competing goals. The program manager is focusing on time, budget and quality – the department manager […]
Program management in matrix organizations works little different than managing a regular project. While a program owner handles the WBS and the schedule, work packages are delegated to departments with focus on delivery. More background information can be found in […]
In March, the Microsoft Project Conference 2012 will be conducted in Phoenix, AZ. I am holding a session on program management. As promised before, here’s the abstract: Programs often fail due to divided responsibilities. The program manager’s job is to […]