Archives for Tag “Project Management”

Design Thinking – An innovative approach to defining project scopes

March 25th, 2014

Project managers often are faced with the challenge that projects, their boundaries and their contractual conditions have already been defined before they are even included as a project manager. Our presentation at the 5th "In Context" Project Management Convention was devoted to solving this problem. It was important for us to show companies a constructive solution that will help them consciously counteract...

Design Thinking as a Tool for Project Managers – Presentation at the “im kontext” (In Context) Project Management Convention

March 11th, 2014

According to the motto “Project Limits – Identify – Define – Master” the 5th annual “Im Kontext” Project Management Convention will be hosted in Igls, Austria on the 19th of March. With the presentation “Design Thinking – An Innovative Approach to Setting Project Limits,” we will demonstrate the benefits of using the Design Thinking methodology and provide a short introduction to how...

From Sales Cycle to Successful Projects – Key Success Factors

November 21st, 2013
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If you read through literature and articles about project management, at some point you’ll notice that one of the key project success factors is communication. Even during the upstream process of selling the project communication is key. The following 7 factors will help you to rethink your sales cycle and project implementation and to come up with the ideal conditions for you...

6 Ways Design Thinking Leads to Successful IT Projects

Design Thinking is a pretty trendy phrase in the SAP ecosystem right now. There are plenty of calls as well as daily sessions taking place all over the world on the topic and everyone wants to get it on the action. Even in high level management presentations the term is used in order to make everyone passionate about otherwise dull subjects. But...