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In this edition of PeerSpot's Community Spotlight, you can find out what your peers are discussing and join in the conversation. Ask and answer questions on the topics that interest you most! Read and respond to articles or contribute your own!
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How do I estimate the requir...
Director of Community at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
17 August 22
Thank you to all the community members who share their knowledge with other peers!
Also, special thanks to the articles' contributors included in this Community Spotlight:
@Janet Staver, @Abhirup Sarkar, @Manoj Narayanan, @Beth Safire and @Shibu Babuchandran.
System, Value, and Decision failures bring the grinding wheel to a halt
As put by a Quality guru, People in general, more than 80% of the team are, in fact, productive and efficient. The problem then is with the chosen few who have an efficient short-term view but high-risk performance focus. By all means helpful except what it takes to future proof the organisation and make it relevant for th...
A lot depends on the size of the organization number of Projects that need to be migrated, the number of Project Managers, Programs, Portfolios, and so on. While the schedule and timeline are critical for the Assignment or Change Management Project, the cost of migration is usually ignored citing reasons like internal resource deployment, Knowledge Management, Capability Building and Resource E...
Have you ever wondered how effective project management can really help you with your Cyber security projects?
In recent times, cybersecurity has become an increasingly important issue worldwide. Every year, businesses spend more time and effort protecting their data. Gartner forecasted that global security investments will exceed $172 billion in 2022.
Nobody can underestimate the necessity o...
Sr.Dir/Managing Principal Technology Consulting at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
13 April 22
Cybersecurity had been recognized as a Fifth War Domain a while back: Land, Sea, Air, Space, Cyber.
As such, planning for war is important since it provokes managers to THINK.
While the plans that these managers develop are mostly useless since these plans become mostly irrelevant when the Cyber Battle ensues. Preparedness, counterintelligence, logistics, skills, adaptability, and distributed decision-making become more important as compared to PMI principles and best practices ( 'the disciplined agile' should be included and focused on as part of the adaptability;-)).