In our last series, we covered the challenges and solutions to project strategy. This series will cover the challenges and solutions to project execution. Today, we will discuss the challenges around the initial specifications and ongoing governance of the business case.
Once you have set the initial specifications for a project, the next challenge is that many organizations simply do not have the horses in the stable to execute their initiatives. This can come in the form of not having enough people or not having the appropriate skills; it can also come at the management level or at the practitioner level, and any combinations of those possibilities. Each of these permutations will be redressed in the Execution Solutions series. (more…)
We are thrilled to announce the release of our third white paper this year, this time on project management staffing. As always, we wanted to give our loyal followers of this blog the first crack at this valuable content.
This comprehensive paper demonstrates a multi-tiered approach to project staffing, including an in-depth look at the best practices for the talent acquisition layer. Also included is a guide to picking the appropriate staffing partner.
As we’ve covered in previous posts, staffing project leaders requires a specialization that goes beyond staffing technical roles. This series will cover questions you need to ask prospective staffing partners to ensure they have what it takes to deliver excellent project managers, and other project leadership roles.
Do they emphasize quantity or quality of candidates?
“Quality over quantity” has become a business cliche, but it has an especial importance to staffing. (more…)
As we covered in an earlier post, while traditional staffing firms and HR departments are able to successfully fill technical positions, project leadership roles require a multi-tiered approach. This post will cover the importance of the Process and Quality Assurance rungs on that pyramid.