People are the most important asset of any team. Join Kevin Pannell, PMP as he provides his over 25+ years of planning and response experience and talks with other people who facilitate processes that will help listeners like you make progress. If you are in the Program or Project Management space, responding in Public Safety or on an Incident Management Team, or someone who needs help figuring out where to start a plan. This show is for you.
Taking a break for Summer 2022. Look forward to reconnecting in September 2022.
Stay safe. Wash your hands. Godspeed.
Sharing helpful guidance from the book Managing Projects Large and Small on the value of challenging assumptions made early in a project.
"Take Time to be Silent" - Inspired by a sermon at church where the Pastor challenged each of us to unplug for 30 minutes. Well worth it.
In "The Godzilla Principle" I share the concept of the same name from Mark S. Dobson's book "Streetwise Project Management".
'Portfolios Programs and Projects' is a quick reminder of the top down hierarchy between Portfolios (highest) Programs and Projects (lowest).
In 'The Art of the SBAR' I share the Situation Background Assessment Recommendation (SBAR = "ess-bar") to discuss issues with leaders.
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Sharing lessons I learned recently while optimizing my blog posts using the Yoast SEO plugin for the peopleprocessprogress.com website.
Inspired by a stay at home mom that had been out of the workforce who I advised to think about how she could map her life experience as she considers getting into project management. Also some thoughts for hiring managers to not discount the hundreds or thousands of repetitions parents get in managing tasks and milestones on the homefront.
Sharing U.S. Marine Corps Officer standards as outlined by Gen. James Mattis (USMC, Ret.) in his book Call Sign Chaos and how we as Project Managers can apply them to our field.
In EMS and Healthcare we are taught to not get tunnel vision by looking only at the monitor and not paying attention to our patient’s signs and symptoms. As Project and Program Managers we should follow the same sentiment and not get locked into only how good our KPI‘s are tracking but should dive deeper into how the people are or are not adapting to the output of our projects.
We go chasing waterfalls in this one…Project Management Waterfall that is! Join me on this audio tour of Waterfall Project Management. Head over to the ‘People, Process, Progress’ Podcast YouTube channel get subscribed and get the notification when the video version is released!
On this Foundations Friday 54 I share four key definitions from the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and practical considerations that can help Program and Project Managers determine whether they are still in project mode or supporting operational task completion.
If your project or planning seem to be going off the rails or circumstances have changed quite a bit, maybe it’s time to pause and re-charter your project.
A reminder for those of us that have some life and professional experience that we have opportunity to help others succeed and should pay it forward when we can.
Sharing a brief history of Yoga, how I've incorporated it into my regular exercise routine and my thoughts on the practical application of Yoga for Project Managers.
Sometimes we don't need to push through. Sometimes we need to take that leave, take a walk or take that nap and give our selves a break.
Sharing the history, benefits and some examples of the Tabata style workout invented by Dr. Izumi Tabata in the 1990s that still provides times saving and health improvement benefits in 2022.
The other day I laid down on my driveway, soaked up some sun and watch the wind make the clouds dance across the sky. I highly recommend it.
Sharing the background, benefits and some examples of metabolic conditioning or 'MetCon' style workouts.
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