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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Managing Projects Outside Core Mission

Vic Uzumeri wrote about an interesting idea:

I've been working on a project management concept for organizations that need periodic "side projects", but have difficulty organizing and managing activities outside their core mission. They may be overloaded. They may lack specialized skills. They may be fully consumed with a big initiative. They may have a tight budget. I am convinced that there is a new way to handle this type of work. You can see the problem statement in this Prezi:  http://tinyurl.com/cnpmj37
It connects to a second Prezi that outlines a solution: http://tinyurl.com/cytybh8

I am curious what you think. Does this concept make sense? If not, what are the holes? If it does make sense, I am looking for business contacts who have the problem and might welcome a solution. A start-up business? An established business struggling to branch out? An overworked, understaffed business facing new challenges? If you can't use it personally, do you know someone who might?

If you have read this far, I thank you. I hope you will watch the Prezi's. They are fairly short and pretty snappy. If you haven't seen a Prezi before, that may be interesting in itself.... 
Contact: vic.uzumeri@ipov.net

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