Innovation pressure + artificial deadlines + conflicting goals = poor results

How does deadline pressure affect the quality of results? I often experience project teams being formed with the goal of developing innovative new ideas and technologies at short notice. In order to give the team a sense of urgency and to get results as soon as possible, management sets relatively tight time limits. Interestingly, the […]

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The monopoly of projects

In today’s world of work, projects have become the standard means of organization for interdisciplinary collaboration. Sometimes I have the impression that many do not know any other option. In addition, the number of concurrent projects per organization has increased dramatically in recent decades. The project-per-employee-quotient today is 5-7 in the industrial sector, the peak […]

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