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The (New) Hierarchy of Needs – Part III

[This is part three of a series on project management that is based upon Abraham Maslow's "Hierarchy of Needs"] Constraints The next level “encapsulates” mission and objectives within the triple constraint: time – scope – budget. When the topic of project management comes up, one of the fundamental concepts is the triple constraint.  Needless to [...]

Recalibration II.

“Motivation: … the psychological feature that arouses an organism to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior.” (Source unknown) In my last post, I highlighted three main areas where I would like to improve – self-motivation, perseverance and connection.  In this post I’ll continue [...]

PLANESCAPE Generation 3: “Regeneration”

As mentioned briefly in the BIONIC post, I have been working fairly consistently on defining the next generation of PLANESCAPE, which I call “Regen”.  Over the next several posts, I will share the details behind this new approach as well as its multiple “advancement subsystems”.  I believe this new framework will allow even more intellectual [...]

Building the Design “Foundation”

In order to excel at anything – particularly over the long-term – I believe it’s critical one construct a knowledge “framework” which can represent / encapsulate topics that you’ve learned and those yet to be explored / understood.  At the base of this framework is a solid knowledge “foundation”. As it relates to understanding good [...]