Stealing from ITIL, Agile, SCRUM and Critical Chain might sound like something wholly inappropriate, but the reality is that we should be looking at the project management approaches we dont use and strive to find the components that might work in our reality. Carl Pritchard takes you through some of the highlights of the day-to-day practices of these other approaches and identifies some common sense components that can make your management more effective.
Carl Pritchard is the principal and founder of Pritchard Management Associates. He is recognized lecturer, author, researcher, and instructor. As a lecturer he is considered a leading authority on risk and communications management and presents on a variety of management topics, ranging from project essentials to the complexities of network diagramming and team motivation. As an author and researcher, he has published articles on project management language, advances in risk management, and on the challenges of training on the Internet. His work as an instructor has taken him around the world, training with some of the leading international training organizations, as well as for private clients and the Project Management Institute®. He is the U.S. Correspondent for the U.K. project management journal, Project Manager Today.