Wideman Website updates announced for June 2013


1 June 2013 – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Max Wideman has announced latest updates to his popular project management website, www.maxwideman.com.  According to Max:

max widemanThis month in Papers we are starting a new series of book reviews. In this Set #1, we review Kathy Schwalbe’s latest updates to her admirable An Introduction to Project Management. This is followed by a look at Pyzdek & Keller’s comprehensive description in The Six Sigma Handbook, and we conclude with Jerry Julian’s introduction of new concepts Facilitating Project Performance Improvement.

Our Guest Mark Kozak-Holland presents his case study describing how Meddling Stakeholders: the Titanic Project resulted in such a disastrous outcome.

With the help of a long LinkedIn exchange, our Musings this month answers the question: How Critical is the WBS to Project Scheduling?

If you are looking for answers, guidelines or templates, check out Max’s Issacons – “Issues and Considerations” – that are presented in bullet form for quick and easy reference by project managers.

Have you seen Max’s book A Management Framework for Project, Program and Portfolio Integration?  For information or to order a copy, visit http://www.maxwideman.com/papers/framework_book/intro.htm.  Do you have a project management question? Find the answer at: http://www.maxwideman.com.

Max Wideman is one of the world’s best-known project management authorities. An engineer and professional project manager, his experience includes systems, social and environmental projects, as well as design and engineering projects. He is a Fellow of the Project Management Institute (PMI®), of which he is past president and chairman and for which he led the development of the 1987 version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. He is also a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (UK), the Engineering Institute of Canada, and the Canadian Society of Civil Engineering. His personal web site at http://www.maxwideman.com is a source of project management knowledge and information. It is free to the public.