Changes Regarding Preliminary Scope Statement and Collect Requirements at PMBOK 4th Edition

In this podcast Ricardo talks about the changes related to the Integration and Scope Management at the PMBOK Guide 4th editon. He discuss the removal of the process related to the preliminary scope statement and the insertion of the process to collect requirements as the first process of scope management. Moreover, Ricardo analyses the reasons, the implications and the benefits of the change.

2014 FIFA Soccer WorldCup in Brazil

Podcast that Ricardo return back to the project management needs to the 2014 Soccer WorldCup in Brazil. The podcast was recorded in order to complement the interview that he gave to the brazilian magazine Amanhã (tomorrow). If you are interested in access the full interview at http://issuu.com/ricardo.vargas/docs/interview-amanha-newspaper. Interview in Brazilian Portuguese.

Directly from the Economist Talent Management Conference in London 2 of 2

In this podcast Ricardo Vargas talks about the highlights of the conference promoted by the British magazine The Economist in London that he attended last week. At the event companies like Google, Thomson Reuters, British American Tobacco, Mark & Spencer and others shared the main challenges to search for talent and develop human resources. Great project management insights. Part 2 of 2.

Directly from the Economist Talent Management Conference in London 1 of 2

In this podcast Ricardo Vargas talks about the highlights of the conference promoted by the british magazine The Economist in London that he attended last week. At the event companies like Google, Thomson Reuters, British American Tobacco, Mark & Spencer and others shared the main challenges to search for talent and develop human resources. Great project management insights. Part 1 of 2.

The Cost of Quality

In this podcast Ricardo Vargas talks about the concept of quality vs. the costs included to deliver the quality. He shows that the costs related to the creation of attributes that aren't perceived by the client are a direct waste of capital. On the other side, the costs related to the production of real value that is perceived by the client are considered an investment in the project quality.

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