Login    /    Register

Latest Advice

View All Advice

Mike Nemerowski


Mike Nemerowski suggests that executive sponsors get their hands dirty.

 |   |    |     |     |  

Shahin Khan

Building Decision Trust

Shahin Khan suggests the executive sponsor needs to build a trusted team. 

 |   |    |     |     |  

Bill Coleman


As Bill Coleman says, “The Solaris project was the future of the company [Sun Microsystems]. Our plan called for the project to last two and a half years, ending in June 1992."

 |   |    |     |     |  

Jeff Sutherland

Brook’s Law

Jeff Sutherland recalls of an interesting example in a start-up in North Carolina.

 |   |    |     |     |  

Kirby Wadsworth

Touching the Elephant

As Kirby Wadsworth  says, “My problem with Elephant Projects is I love touching the elephant."

 |   |    |     |     |  

Robert Kelley


As Bob Kelley says, “I think the worst example of the lack of executive sponsorship was at a pharmaceutical company in Southern California.

 |   |    |     |     |  

The Standish Group

Simple Vision: Life Cycle

The Standish Group suggests simple vision should encompass project benefits for the short, mid, and long term of the project's life cycle.

 |   |    |     |     |  
Jim JohnsonJim
Keith KerrKeith
Peter  TaylorPeter
Jon M. QuigleyJon M.
Shahin KhanShahin
Danek Bienkowski Danek

The Standish Group News

The Standish Group Events

The Standish Group Blog

CHAOS Tuesday Podcast

The Dezider