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Complexity

Portfolio Management

Technology and Natural Comparison

AIPMO in partnership with ManageMagazine

Journals articles from international sources which publish AIPMO content and related contend

HOW TO LEAD AND MANAGE SUCCESSFUL ORGANIZATIONS FULL OF INSPIRED PEOPLE

ManageMagazine translates complex research written publications in readable essays by anyone either for general readers

ManageMagazine, a lively management oriented magazine and a community for Expert Knowledge, run by Vibeke Vad Baunsgaard. It is the first magazine in partnership with AIPMO Association which encourages contributions in a variety of formats, including articles, infographics, slide shares, podcasts or video. The partnership with AIPMO promotes the sharing of articles, and periodic publications on different topics related to Project Management, Risk Management, PMO, Portfolio Management, complexity, technology, and design. The readers will find some of these selection which meet the AIPMO topics related to Project Management areas, over this page . The articles, published from different authors, different backgrounds to promote diversity and reasoning over different points of views, are integral part of some of the development areas broached by the AIPMO standards. Some of the publication, among which published by the AIPMO founders and members, will be  selected with a complete content, others due to copyright will be resumed so the readers can go further reading the full articles on the original source: www.managemagazine.com

AIPMO Association elaborates some of the topics broaching most of the critical points in the Project Management world, society, culture, and complexity. The topics are integral part of the standard and constitute the focus of the international community over the main issues represented by current and future challenges over complexity, fragmented technologies, and social ethical aspects

Complexity

Portfolio Management

Natural Comparison and Management


AIPMO and Complexity, risk factors and control

New facets of complexity are expanding, while technology changing, borders and inconsistencies between the new and the old, the innovation and the obsolete. How the organizations perceive and therefore utilizes standards, methodologies to process recurrent procedures, and what is the weight given to the new aspects when the old is not enough and not even aligned with the continuous shifts of technologies while  the complexity of systems is increasing in the background . AIPMO is looking at those aspects, and introduces new approaches based on automation to process information, to filter alteration over cognitive /human limitations and costs, wrong interpretations, putting aside detrimental human factors, often caused by a lack of proper professional education and ethics.

Large scale of impacts where new type of hazards require new model for systems and procedures to reduce risks while becoming themselves a risk to manage risks – risks in models, and the complexity in social –organization structures emerges clearly, especially after a major accident occurs outlining also a lack of methods to identify precursor’s signs” 

References from:

Kari Dakakni Technological Society, Risk, and Natural Behaviour

Complexity Management Strategies

Complex organizations are far more difficult to manage. It’s harder to predict what will happen, because complex systems interact in unexpected ways. It’s harder to make sense of things, because the degree of complexity often exceeds our cognitive limits. And it’s harder to place bets, since the past behavior of a complex system may not predict its future behavior …  read more 

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Kim Buch-Madsen http://samfundslitteratur.dk/


Management, natural comparison what we can learn

The level of the connectedness, in animal social behaviour, has been profusely linked with survival and reproductive success as sign of the Darwinian evolutionary path. The way the information is processed is faster compared to the human being, since the instinct embraces the comprehension, the prediction, and the decision, and they do not involve misperceptions. What is really the differences between perils, risks, decision, environment? The level of responsibility and surviving skills developed on the field! If we look within the organization, however, perception of infinite budget, bad managed outsourcing and decisions, core competencies not aligned with roles and responsibility and functional areas underline how a small weight is given to the organization values, when they are present. Natural comparisons in both project management, and risk management help to understand more about the the links between environment and human being, and between humans beings still struggling with cultural, ethics, and behavioral issues. Overloading tasks, time to process data, and information require extra costs and time where those are losses in balance sheets.

References from:

Kari Dakakni  –Technological Society, Risk, and Natural Behaviour

Robert Joslin, Ralf Mueller – New Insights into Project Management Research: A Natural Sciences Comparative

Delegation in Management and How to do it Effectively?

In order to become a highly effective and truly successful project management leader you must focus on the areas that make the most difference to the success of your project. These areas include risk and issue management, project planning, managing senior stakeholders, ensuring quality of the end product, and leading and motivating.. read more

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Henry Mintzberg http://www.mintzberg.org


International PMO, the responsibility to trustful delegate tasks

Often to delineate the right direct responsibility implies serenity within the team with no members acquainted to disseminate discord within the group. In fact when those pre- requirements are missing, the  distribution of the tasks to others due to past negative experiences, may become an unpleasant experience. Core competency, high professionalism, people with ethical principles, team development plans, open minded to confrontation, monitoring etc. are some of the steps to take to reach the objective.

Delegation in Management and How to do it Effectively?

In order to become a highly effective and truly successful project management leader you must focus on the areas that make the most difference to the success of your project. These areas include risk and issue management, project planning, managing senior stakeholders, ensuring quality of the end product, and leading and motivating the team. Delegating lower level administrative tasks and detailed planning is important if you want to spend your time effectively … read more

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Susanne Madsen

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