This time of year is a good time to look back and take stock. These are the most popular posts of 2010 on this blog in terms of number of readers, thanks to the powerful analytics that my blogging tool (WordPress) offers.
The Failure Of The FBI’s Virtual Case File Project – an analysis of what went wrong when the FBI took on an ambitious plan to integrate disparate IT systems.
The Failure of Denver International Airport’s Automated Baggage System – an examination of what happened when Denver tried to implement an idea that was innovative, but unproven.
BP’s Project Management of the Deepwater Disaster – An early assessment of how BP reacted to the Deepwater crisis from a project management perspective.
Project Management Salaries – Are You Paid Enough? – An analysis of what determine’s salaries for project managers.
The Myth of the Triple Constraint – An examination of one of the core tenets of project management and its shortcomings.
Thanks for reading. Here’s to a great 2011. If you’re a frequent reader of this blog, you’ll remember that goals are important, so now’s a good time to set some for 2011 on both a professional and personal level.