Ten Years on: What’s Changed?

Risk management identifies and addresses the risks facing your projects and business. Read on how to improve quality of your projects and increase return of investment for your business by looking back on what’s changed in risk management in the last ten years.

Managing Risks Across Borders

In our globalized world all business organizations are exposed to some degree of cross-border risk. Here are five risk categories you might want to consider to ensure that risk is understood and minimized as much as possible.

Bindings of Healthcare to Mobile UX: Analyzing the Apps (Part 2)

In many cases, user experience and usability may serve as a market differentiator for mHealth apps. Here is the detailed analysis of two mHealth apps from the point of view of mobile UX to determine what visual design and usability issues may be critical to the success of a mobile Health app.

Bindings of Healthcare to Mobile UX: The Goals before Designs (Part 1)

Healthcare apps may alter how healthcare is delivered, the quality of the patient`s or doctor`s experience, and the cost of healthcare. Out of all the mHealth initiatives adopted by society, patient data tracking and analysis (patient records) is probably the one most interesting from the UX stand point.

Opportunities are the Same as Threats

International standards define risk as a double-sided concept, including the possibilities of both upside and downside risks – opportunities and threats. But in practice, many organisations, teams and individuals have problems with including opportunities in the risk process. So how can we bring our practice into line with theory?

Project Failure: How to Avoid Top Causes

The three most common causes of project failure are lack of a clearly designated project leader, lack of clear expectations and goals, and communication challenges. Here is how you can mitigate these issues to be one of the few to succeed – on-time, on-budget, and on-expectation.

Managing Expectations

Although it is an essential part of a project manager’s job, knowing how to manage expectations can be the difference between a miserable, failed project experience and a mildly bumpy, successful one. The article discusses the techniques of managing expectations in a way your project experience is eventually deliverable.

10 Rules for Lean and Agile Thinking

Adopted by lots of development companies worldwide, agile development approach is focused on quality and aligning software development process. However, you need to start with a lean and agile mindset first. Here are 10 rules for lean and agile thinking which will give you a hand on the way towards adopting agile software development approach.

Prerequisites for Effective Enterprise Risk Management

The term Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) describes a comprehensive and integrated framework for managing risk at all levels within an organisation. The article discusses four organisational characteristics and objectives that are required for ERM to work properly.

Best Practices for Reviewing the Project

Before developing the project plan and moving it forward to the implementation stage there are lots of vital things for you to consider. Read them on to reduce problems during implementation, ensure you have captured everything needed for stakeholders to get more effective project planning overall.

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