Management of innovative projects in private organizations

Management of innovative projects in private organizations

Too much innovation can be bad Innovation is dangerous. Despite the many benefits of marketing new products and services, it is important for any private organization not to underestimate the complications of practicing innovation on a day to day basis. In short, for...
PM in Practice 1. On catastrophes: the case of Flint, Michigan

PM in Practice 1. On catastrophes: the case of Flint, Michigan

Throughout the history of mankind, there have been various ecological catastrophes that have shaken public opinion because of the serious effects they have had on natural resources and human health. Surely some of these would come to mind: The Exxon Valdez disaster,...
Qualitative risk analysis: an example within the videogames sector

Qualitative risk analysis: an example within the videogames sector

Qualitative and quantitative risk analysis are two very different processes. In this article we explain qualitative evaluation with an example taken from the video game industry.In general, qualitative analysis seeks to identify risks by using scales that summarize...
A dozen techniques to identify risks

A dozen techniques to identify risks

One of the most intangible tasks when managing risks is at the very beginning of the process. Not in designing procedures or planning, which is streamlined thanks to the efforts of the international community of experts in project management.No. The most fleeting task...