Whitewater Projects’ Blog
New Year’s Resolutions Again? Do this instead. (Part 4) Here is where it gets awesome. The past few days you have done a lot of thinking and it probably feels like it [...]
New Year's Resolutions Again? Do this instead. (Part 3) Welcome back. I sure hope you are doing all these exercises because the outcome is awesome. Let's get into today's exercise. If you really want [...]
New Year’s Resolutions again? Do this instead. (Part 2) Welcome back. Yesterday we explored the 7 areas of your life and you assessed your current and desired states for each. If you didn’t [...]
New Year’s Resolutions again? Do this instead. We have all made New Year’s resolutions and we have all failed to keep them. If you want to improve your chances of making real long [...]
I was recently interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast about The Proximal Decision Making Model. Here is the interview: Click here to listen to this interview right now: Here is what Cornelius [...]
You're only as good as your direct reports. Here's how to build a senior leadership team that makes breakthrough contributions to your business. The CIO of the future is the one whose senior IT team creates [...]
All-knowing bosses have had their day. Managing today's knowledge worker requires 'Supportive Leadership,' The role of the IT manager is not what it used to be, and the people who are playing the old role [...]
Do you delegate work? We have all been told that delegation is the way to get people engaged. If we delegate then people will have more buy in and be not only willing but excited [...]
I was recently interviewed by Cornelius Fichtner from The Project Management Podcast about Supportive Leadership. Here is the interview: Click here to listen to this interview right now: Here is what Cornelius writes about the [...]
When you encounter a problem in your organization, what do you do? This filter model will help you take a methodical rather than haphazard approach to diagnosing your organizational dysfunction.
Is an agile approach always the right answer? Are there times when the more traditional, sequential, also known as waterfall, approach makes sense? How do you decide if you really need agility?