Part 1 of 5 – Metaphysical Project Management

Posted: September 15, 2011 in Metaphysical Project Management

When my Croatian team and I delivered Eastern Europe’s largest GSM Telecommunications Portal in 45 days, it was not just a matter of controlling, directing and monitoring time, cost and schedules. We were forced to factor, develop and manage client uncertainty on a daily basis. We used ingenuity management to retrieve lost ‘deliverables’ which gave us the advantage over IBM, Siemens and Motorola. We engendered trust with our colleagues in the UK and as far away as India. We achieved delivery of an impossible project – the success upon which other projects, within the company portfolio, were rescued. This was not entirely text-book project management – it was also metaphysical.

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