These ten ideas will dramatically improve your projects. Are these ten rules the top ten? You decide. But don't take too long. Share these rules with your team. Your team members are sure to help you carry them out!
Reforming Project Management (RPM) is a magazine for those of us who are unsettled with common practice. The current focus is on the design and construction industry, however we call on the best of project management from all disciplines and practices.
While RPM started as a personal weblog, we welcome others to contribute articles and to join authors here in co-blogging activities. Please contact us with your proposals.
Many thanks go to Kim Black for her technical support in publishing this magazine.
The taglines under the "Reforming Project Management" header are from books by Taiichi Ohno and Shigeo Shingo, all published by Productivity Press.
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RPM is published by Hal Macomber, White Mtns., NH 03223 603-726-5051.