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We have grand aspirations for this portion of the site. We provide a review of Value Transformation’s growing Product Development University. This online training area will have many topics on product development explained, such as agile, project management, product testing and many more. Everything from the idea (cradle) through manufacturing and finally the end […]
Technical Talent Move and it is bad I would like to credit this blog post to Tony DaSilva, since his tweet a day or so ago. As I read it, I had instant reactions. That is right, reactions as I could see a range of ideas radiating from his post. My first reaction, because I […]
Value Transformation training on Project Risk Management from a product development perspective, and starting with the scope and objective.
Organizational Learning Differences for the Team and Management (Mental Models) By Shawn P. Quigley In a previous post, we discussed the five principles behind Organizational Learning (L.O.). In this post, we will discuss how the different levels of an organization view the principles and why these different views make it difficult to obtain a learning organization. […]
By Shawn P. Quigley Office Politics is defined as: “(business) (functioning as singular or plural) the ways that power is shared in an organization or workplace, and the ways that it is affected by the personal relationships between the people who work there” (Collins English Dictionary, 2014) Let us first state that Office politics is […]
By Shawn P. Quigley Value Transformation LLC has recently posted several articles on Organizational Learning and Leadership. The reason why we here at Value Transformation have posted these articles are that we want to show how the training and assistance we provide is more than just how to manage a project. Value Transformation LLC believes […]
We will first look at direction based upon perspective. If we assume; not a good thing, we know the current status of our system and base our corrective and/or improvement actions on that, our plans will probably end up with results that are not what we are striving. We must first determine our actual starting point.
by Kim H. Pries and Jon M. Quigley When you step onto an airplane, you hope it will not crash. You, as a passenger, have no control over what happens during the flight. Statistics indicate flying is relatively safe, which is due to vehicle mechanics, pilot training and competence, flight crew and tower teamwork, and […]
Our risk exposure starts at the beginning of the project. Even before the project is actually a project. The simple act of scoping a project in the initiating phase already alludes to the risks to which we may be exposed. For example, the minute we decide that our project scope is going to include software, […]