Sun.Dec 03, 2017

Decision triangle and metacognition

Musings on Project Management

Project management, risk management, and other related disciplines are replete with triangles. Here's one more for the collection, taken from an article on "metacognition" by Marvin Cohen and Jared Freeman. As you can readily see, it's all about decision making under stress [indeed, that's the paraphrase title of their paper] when information potential [in the form of choices and perhaps. risk decision

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How comical is your project?

Kiron Bondale

Frequent readers of my blog will know how much I respect Scott Adams’s unique insights into the dysfunctions of corporate life. Let’s analyze the case study provided in today’s comic strip! Risk (mis)management.

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board and list view

Binfire

Do you like to use boards to create new tasks and view the status of all your task? Do you like the simplicity which list view provides for managing tasks and adding subtasks? Do you want to be able to switch between the board and list view at will?

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Resources for Cone of Uncertainty

Herding Cats

Cone of Uncertainty describes the evolution of the amount of uncertainty during a project. The planned uncertainty not only needs to decrease over time passing, but this reduction diminishes any impacts of risk on the decision-making processes.

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Task Management For Project Managers

How can project planning that stretches over months or years remain relevant and account for new ad-hoc activities that arrive every day?