We have created a serious game for project management simulation called The Project Win Game™, which we have produced in limited edition. We have been promoting the game on this blog as well as at the European Conference on Games Based Learning. We are now very happy to announce that we are launching a new… Continue reading Launching New Website for The Project Win Game™
We were searching for the appropriate forum to promote our game The Project Win Game™. We found a conference we never heard of: the European Conference on Games Based Learning (ECGBL). It was an academic conference, so we weren’t sure whether it made sense to attend or let alone present our game. Still, applied and… Continue reading Our Experience Presenting The Project Win Game™ at the European Conference on Games Based Learning in Lisbon, Portugal
The pandemic has shaken everything, and remote work became the new norm for many workers worldwide. The transition from present to virtual teams was relatively quick but often not well prepared. We have now been working remotely long enough to observe that virtual teams can also become demotivated. We may not notice the social and emotional… Continue reading Practical Ways to Motivate Your Team During Remote Work
In December 2021, we announced our new game: The Project Win Game™. It is designed to simulate the lived experience in making the decision between agile and traditional/waterfall methodologies while working on a project. It is a serious game. What is a serious game? Most games have in common that you have to follow rules,… Continue reading Serious Games
We noticed people faced a challenge understanding and deciding between agile and traditional/waterfall methodologies on managing projects. Therefore, we created a game to simulate the lived experience of making this decision: The Project Win Game ™. After creating and testing it throughout 2020-2021 we have now a very nice prototype of the game. We are… Continue reading The Project Win Game™ — Simulating Project Management Decision-Making
“Are artificial intelligence and machine learning the same thing?” is one of the most popular search request on Google. So I created this egg as an overview to understand it myself. The goal of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is to create an intelligent computing system to solve complex problems by learning from data. AI does not… Continue reading Are Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning the same thing?
What are the gaps in accountability between algorithm projects and the society impacted by algorithms? Gloria Miller will be presenting The Deficits in Stakeholder Accountability for Artificial Intelligence Projects at the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS ) on Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 18:00. This study uses a stakeholder accountability model and network analysis to… Continue reading The Deficits in Stakeholder Accountability for Artificial Intelligence Projects – A presentation by Gloria Miller at the European Group for Organizational Studies
Gloria J. Miller will be presenting ‘A Stakeholder Accountability Model for Artificial Intelligence Projects’ at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) Conference in the section PROJECTS & SOCIETY — T10_03 – Projects & Society & the Dark Side of Projects on Thursday, June 17th 2021 at 15:45 CEST. Have a look at the explainer video… Continue reading A Stakeholder Accountability Model for Artificial Intelligence Projects – by Gloria Miller – EURAM Conference 2021
Enabling Teams and Project Managers Most projects are complicated, and the completely distributed working driven by the pandemic didn’t make project work easier. Nevertheless, project sponsors and program offices still need to ensure projects deliver their expected benefits. This Project Management Service is targeted at project sponsors and program managers that have an urgent project… Continue reading Project Management Service
In the last few years, the agile wave has taken hold in Germany. If you work within the information technology sector or for one of the big software houses, then “agile” has been practiced by your organization for months or years. Recently, as the predominant agile methodology, Scrum is being used and rolled out to… Continue reading Next Workshop: Saturday, 8th May 2021 — What are The Differences Between Agile and Non-Agile Projects?