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Albert Soule

Disconnect

Albert Soule suggests that executive sponsors recognize and try to bridge the inherent disconnect between sponsor’s objectives and user’s objectives.



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Hans Mulder

Ticking Time Bomb

Hans suggests you think of design debt as a ticking time bomb. 



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The Standish Group

Measurements: Role Models

The Standish Group suggests that the project manager have access to similar projects to use as role models against the current project.



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Bill Heil

Entrance and Exits

As Bill says, “VMware has a large number of waterfall IT projects."



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The Standish Group

Edification: Five Deadly Sins

The Standish Group suggests the executive sponsor understand the five deadly sins of project management. 



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Gloria Larson

Integrating the Role

Gloria suggests that the executive sponsor role is integral part of the her normal job. 



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Jim Johnson

Sages

Sages: Warren Buffett, George Soros, Paul Volcker and the Maelstrom of Markets is a book by Charles R. Morris. 



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