It’s hard to dispute that people are the fuel on which an organization runs. They’re what’ll carry you from an idea or a goal to a winning product or service.
In essence, the question is, regardless of delivery approach: How do we make sure we have the capacity to deliver on our strategies at the right time?
Strategy execution is more than just agreeing on your strategies and doing them.
For a high performing, motivated team, it’s crucial to remember that it’s human beings we’re dealing with.
Resource management is simple, right? All you have to do is not schedule more work than you have people for, and make sure you have the right skills available for the right work at the right time.
When I talk to certain people about resource capacity planning (you know who you are), their mind immediately goes to technology resources, not people.
It was with great interest that I read a recent article in the UK-based Project Manager Today about… well… project managers tomorrow. Specifically it was about “how project management roles might change in the future.”