Dylan Cornelius 3 and 12 Month Targets: April 25, 2019

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Reading Time: 6 minutes. These are my personal goals for the next 3 and 12 months. Business goals are in last week’s post. At the end of the quarter I’ll assess progress. My 2019 2nd Quarter Targets (and confidence level) 1. Objective: Be Fit Key Result: Be well Measures: 100% InsideTracker biomarkers optimized (low) I feel well (medium) Stay in the […]

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26 Signs You’re In Trouble (Do You Need A Project Manager Or A Priest?)

Do you need a project manager or a priest?

Reading Time: 3 minutes. Congratulations, you’re a project manager! The investment team has already set the budget, schedule, and scope of your product development project. The executive staff assembled the project team. Like any catastrophic failure, errors have already been made by multiple parties, well in advance of the events that will ultimately expose the failure. Now, they will watch and […]

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We Needed To Achieve The Impossible And Perform A Miracle

Help teams build a bridge to high performance

Reading Time: 2 minutes. There I was at work, with a client who wanted to add three staff members to my project team. Groupthink in my organization enabled a situation where that wasn’t going to happen, and that was acceptable. My option was to tell my client it was impossible: they couldn’t take part on this important project. I […]

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Hidden Figures Film Is A Great Case Study Of Success In Large Team Projects

Reading Time: < 1 minute. Hidden Figures is a great film, full of the drama and suspense of a large information technology project (are there any others on the subject?). Then Vs. Now While that may sound a bit unbelievable, the film is a cool perspective on the similarities between large information technology projects 50 years ago and today. This article further […]

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