Decision Making


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The Self-Aware PM

by Naomi Caietti

As project and program managers you have plenty of obstacles in your way — don’t become another one. Have you assessed your emotional intelligence skillset to leverage your strengths and close the gaps? Here are six competencies that can propel your leadership and initiatives forward.

3 Tenets of Leadership IQ

by Magi Graziano

Today’s leaders need to understand people like never before. Leadership Intelligence refers to the ability to grow, learn and master new ways to lead people. There are three tenets to consider when boosting it: self-awareness, executive brain function, and response agility.

Middle Truth

by Beth Spriggs

A difficult conversation offers helpful guidance for team leaders faced with conflicting version of the truth, including the need to differentiate between intent and perspective, the importance of recognizing how inherent biases often blur understanding, and the value of fostering empathy through face-to-face communication.

Change Readiness Assessment

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by ProjectsatWork.com

Change management requires continuous communication, active sponsorship, stakeholder buy-in and tailored training. Project leaders can use this spreadsheet-based assessment tool to evaluate their organization's change readiness and to provide guidance on better preparing for change initiatives.

4 Agile Leader Lenses

by Bart Gerardi

Agile teams are self-organizing, and sometimes self-managing, but they still need leadership. Agile leaders create space for failure (and learning) while ensuring that individual performance is aligned with organizational goals. Four "lenses" — areas of focus — are helpful: mechanism, culture, process and motivation.

Agile Leader Mindset

by Bart Gerardi

Leaders and executives in agile organizations must embrace the idea that the future is not only unpredictable but unknowable. They must focus on creating an environment where self-managing teams can thrive. And they must get comfortable with being wrong a few times in order to find the correct path.

The Art of Letting Go

by Andy Jordan

In business environments that demand rapid response and adapting, leaders need decision-makers throughout the organization. But trading control for agility requires even more leadership skills. Here are ideas and actions to diversify and accelerate the decision-making process, which will improve short- and long-term performance.

Building An Integrated Roadmap

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by Keith Duncan

By bridging strategy with project and portfolio management, integrated roadmaps help organizations make decisions that align with long-term goals and deliver more significant innovation, from NPD to IT efforts. This five-step guide to building a roadmap covers needs and drivers, products and capabilities, delivery gaps, and resource opportunities.

Using Software Project Metrics

by Don Beckett

Software measurement by itself does not resolve budget, schedule or staffing issues for projects or portfolios, but it does provide a basis upon which informed decisions can be made. Here are examples of how to use metrics to determine present capabilities, assess whether plans are feasible, and explore trade-offs if they are not.

The Cost of Indecision

by Beth Spriggs

If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice — perhaps a costly one. Decision-making is a skill that can be developed and improved. Here are four tactics to help you move forward on a decision, and a look at the challenges and benefits of making it by consensus, consultation or command.

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