In this cast we describe Horstman's Law of Project Management: Who Does What By When.
We've talked and joked about it many times, and this cast will put to rest the details of Horstman's Law of Project Management (HLPM). Mark came up with it several years ago, to help a group of young managers get over their fear of working on fairly complex software development projects. It was actually born over a dinner at Mexican restaurant in Dallas!
The concept is simple: all projects are simply tasks, done by people, within certain time frames. Despite all protestations to the contrary, no matter how complex the project, they all boil down to who is responsible for doing something, what they're responsible for, and when they have to have it done by. Complex tools can be helpful, but only on really large projects (and almost nobody looks at them anyway ;-) ).
Keep it simple with HLPM. Here's how.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What is Horstman's law of Project Management?
- What is the simplest way to manage a project?
- How are project management and management different?
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