Several years ago one of my bosses asked me to send him a planning email each Friday. The email would contain: a list of all accomplishments over the past week a list of outstanding pieces of work a list of all work to be attempted in the subsequent week. To begin with, I hated it with a passion. After all, I had always managed to fulfill my commitments without doing such
Business is more than simply performing a paid service or selling something to someone. Anyone can do that. Real business is developing a relationship with your clients/customers so that they keep coming back. It is leading your employees so that you can get the most out of them but also give them what they need to be successful in their own careers. It is having a positive impact upon the community to which you belong. Perhaps you think this idealistic, but that is what I believe and what I promote and I will strive to promote these concepts here.
Continuing with following a project methodology to create a model of an x-ray machine, I am working on the Planning phase. “The Planning Process Group consists of those processes performed to establish the total scope of the effort, define and refine objectives, and develop the course of action required to attain those objectives.” – A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide) Fifth Edition Design A generic x-ray
As mentioned previously, my first step is to set out a project charter for how I am going to approach creating this new model of an x-ray machine. So here it is: Charter Purpose My purpose is to create a 3D model of an x-ray machine that can be sold at an online market place. Ideally it will be rigged, but this is not essential. Success Criteria 1. Shaped like
Some of you may remember that around this time last year I designed a 3D model of an X-ray machine that my brother-in-law used in a presentation at an international conference in Paris. At the time I was really struggling with my eyes and I was very dissatisfied with the outcome, despite the good reception it received in Paris. So one of my projects while unemployed is to create a