Nothing wrong with this except that there comes a disconnect! Strategy makers do not understand how the projects in execution fulfill the strategy and match to the vision of the company while the execution teams keeps on spending huge amount of effort on projects that are not aligned strategically to the vision of the company. A huge amount of resources are wasted on strategy and execution in this manner.
Risk vs Issue is something that confuses us more than anything else in Project Management. I have myself always been confused about the difference between Risk and Issue. I always understood it as Issue is an event and Risk is the Consequence. I believe that most of us in the profession also think the same way. So I am not wrong…until I read the definition in PMBOK.
If you are a leader of any kind you need to be best motivator. Keep a thumb rule in you mind, different people develop at different rates. The best motivators always lookout for the hidden capacities that are best to come. As a leader more than getting laurels the biggest role is to find the best in others and develop it.
If ever you selfish yourself asks you not to do this have a look at history and remember that the best in the world where low or poor performers sometime in their life. Einstein could speak when he was four years old and read when he was seven. Walt Disney was fired by the newspaper editor as he had “No good ideas”. Issac Newton did bad in school and
A very interesting map infographic from National Geographic that shows where and how the population of 7 billion lives. The map shows population density; the brightest points are the highest densities. Each country is colored according to its average annual gross national income per capita, using categories established by the World Bank.
The most amazing thing for me on this infographic is how World population and per capita income have been shown in co-relation with things like Life expectancy, years of education, literacy rate, fertility rate, new migration rate, phone subscriptions, cars, carbon dioxide emissions etc.
As per recent study by Nielsen, nothing has more power to drive consumers to the store than milk (59% of instances), closely followed by pet food (56%) and baby food (52%).
And it is true in case of our family. Every time we go to buy milk it always costs us more than $30-$40. We always come back with many other things, what we all call “impulsive buying”.
2103 report for Incapsula reveals an increase in bot traffic since last year. Are you currently segmenting your bot traffic in your web analytics profile? Are you ensuring that your website metrics are not inflated? If not, I think this a right time to start thinking and doing something about it because
61.5% of Web Traffic Is Not Human
Here are some good articles on how you can segment the bot traffic if you are using Google Analytics:
Here are the top five most popular online safety tips from Google Blog: