IDEAS & PERSPECTIVES

I met a senior civil servant from the MOD recently and discussed the potential for advanced project data analytics. His perception was that every project is unique and that there is very little opportunity to leverage analytics. His mind was made up. This is something I experience on a regular

The Elephant in the Room. The majority of project delivery professionals have been involved with lessons learned processes, but do they work? What is your experience of lessons learned systems in project management? Are you able to evidence the impact that the process is having? In 2017 I began a

Globe choosing a role
Following on from our previous posts on How to get a job in Project Data Analytics and Who applies for project data analyst internships I’ve taken the opportunity to mull over what you should consider when choosing a role. There is rapidly growing interest in project data analytics; its an area that will experience

I’ve had quite a few people ask how to break into project data analytics. Its an area that will experience phenomenal growth in the next 5 years, so there is plenty of opportunity. But its also an area that is hugely competitive. We have advertised a few internships recently and

  We’ve recently advertised for an internship with Projecting Success. It’s a cool role, covering a lot of ground and working directly with the CEO. It’s a 3 month internship, converting to a full time role for the right person.   Noting that the role will be anchored in project

Projecting Success, working in collaboration with Dr Stephen Duffield, are delighted that our analysis “By 2025 a significant number of Project Management roles will disappear. Will yours be one of them?” was accepted by the PMWorld Journal as a featured paper. Projecting Success operate at the very cutting edge of

September 18, 2018

PM World Journal Paper

Delighted to have my first article published in the PM World Journal. It provides an overview of the challenge that we are facing in project management and the opportunities ahead of us. We’ll be submitting papers for publication over the coming months.   Abstract: Data science is impacting a number

Risk stratification
I saw an interesting article on risk stratification in healthcare and pondered its application to project delivery. Its from 2015 but certainly worth a read. “Ultimately, the evidence suggests that clinicians are less accurate than risk stratification tools at predicting risk. Indeed, a study by Allaudeen and colleagues found that

Projecting Success are delighted that their CEO, Martin Paver, has had another article accepted and published into the APM Project Magazine. Our quest to transform the future of project management continues. If you would like further details, if we can help your organisation or if you would like to join

Advanced project data science and analytics have the potential to change the face of project management and project delivery forever. But the project management profession is slow to catch on. I was invited to write an article for the PMI newsletter and I have copied it below. I hope you