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A Parable about Progressive Elaboration and the Marathon Runner by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Often the concept of progressive elaboration is misunderstood. A couple of years ago, we were going over our enhancement request log. One had one lady, who want ... Read on »
Five Reasons to drive Process Improvement Efforts through your PMO by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Five Reasons to drive Process Improvement Efforts through your PMO As we continue to focus on doing more with less, it is becoming increasing important to improve organizatio ... Read on »
3 Good Motivation Practices by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy We have all looked around and noticed our staff needs a little motivation. Maybe it is getting that new practice in place, perhaps it is just inspiring a new hab ... Read on »
3 Good Motivation Practices by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy We have all looked around and noticed our staff needs a little motivation. Maybe it is getting that new practice in place, perhaps it is just inspiring a new habit or behav ... Read on »
3 Ways to Expand Your Sphere of Control by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Simple test for whether you have a positive or negative attitude today. Quickly read the next statement and we will start out from there. OPPORTUNITY IS NOWHERE So di ... Read on »
4 Reasons to Use Fishbone Diagrams by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy The fishbone diagram, or the cause and effect diagram, is a simple graphic display that shows all the possible causes of a problem in a business process. It is also called the ... Read on »
5 Considerations for Timing Transparency by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy At what point is it good practice to be transparent? At what point does too much transparency look like a lack of control? A part of managing a project is to di ... Read on »
5 Considerations for Timing Transparency by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy At what point is it good practice to be transparent? At what point does too much transparency look like a lack of control? A part of managing a project is to disseminate i ... Read on »
6 Effective Status Reporting Practices by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy As you are laying bricks to build the foundation of a good project management process, a low hanging fruit is the status reporting process. It is often the firs ... Read on »
6 Effective Status Reporting Practices by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy As you are laying bricks to build the foundation of a good project management process, a low hanging fruit is the status reporting process. It is often the first practice ... Read on »
7 tactics utility IT organizations can use to assure engagement with project sponsors. by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy One of the common misconceptions for implementing solutions in Healthcare IT is that there is a lack of project sponsorship. I do not think that is the case. In my decade ... Read on »
Another Great Health Wonk Review by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Another Great Health Wonk Review is up over at the Colorado Health Insurance Insider. Some very good articles on the uninsured and the public option. Read on »
ARQ - How much time should I spend managing this project? by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy I was lucky enough to get several good questions on the art of accidental project management over in Newport, RI this week. The first of which is above. How much time shou ... Read on »
ARQ - What three things are critical at the beginning of a downtime? by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Unfortunately, since we don't have infinite supplies of money to invest in infrastructure within healthcare. Our systems sometimes go down. Recently, this happened at my orga ... Read on »
Ascertaining your current Email Systems and Application Dependencies by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Congratulations, you have decided to take the plunge and investigate outsourcing your email system. Now is time to take a good frank look at what you currently ... Read on »
Avoiding the Downward Spiral of Poor Project Estimates by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Bad estimates lead to bad cost projections which ultimately equate to poor delivery. The problem being when estimates are needed for efforts to be completed to p ... Read on »
Balancing Technology Zealotry with New Innovations by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Information Technology has many components - infrastructure, applications, product delivery, training, security to name but a few. Looking back it has changed qu ... Read on »
Balancing the Constraints by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy As project managers, we drive projects towards the realization their benefits and value, while being inhibited by the project constraints. Project managers must ... Read on »
Balancing the Constraints by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy As project managerswe drive projects towards the realization their benefits and valuewhile being inhibited by the project constraints. Project managers must cont ... Read on »
Become Committed to the Triad - Technical Excellence, Service Excellence and Excellence in Care by Anticlue Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy Careers change over time. 10 years ago I was a programmer. I was committed to learning the latest technology and how to apply it. I was fascinated with windows and visual ... Read on »