Recently, Braden had the opportunity to attend the 13th Annual Change Management Conference hosted by The Conference Board. The event represented a convening of 200-plus change management professionals from around the United States. Here he shares the key takeaways.
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As we continue to work remotely and with virtual teams, the number of meetings has increased tremendously. How can we have meetings that are not only productive, but also an efficient use of time? Here are 15 tips to help!
As a project manager, how do you stay organized and ensure success while running multiple projects at the same time? This practitioner has pulled together 15 tips to help.
The use of low code and no code is on the rise, but what are the real advantages of this new approach? Check out these transformative benefits.
Check out our latest infographic, which shares 15 ways citizen development can mitigate risk for organizations, the IT function and individuals.
The BBC has recently installed an 800 number for all of its employees to use for complaints about other coworkers. The intent is to give employees management's ear about potentially inappropriate things that may be happening in the office--and the potentially inappropriate behavior of coworkers. Interesting idea. What do you think?
This template can be used to track individual concerns, priorities, updates and development areas required during 1x1 connect meetings. The action items resulting can be used as a basis for your next 1x1. It should be filled and documented by the person conducting the meeting. The template results in better understanding and planning development opportunities for an individual team member. The documented template can also be used for year-end appraisals.
Managing by financial measures alone is a recipe for disaster. We need more ways to determine if an organization is successful. Here we address two key challenges to illustrate why focusing on organizational culture matters.
HR management is a very complex topic these days. While staffing has always been challenging, acquiring the needed staff with the hot skills in demand today—and with the ambition to stay current—is becoming extremely difficult.
As a new mid-level manager, you may find yourself with new leadership conflicts. In this article, the author discusses two people management challenges faced by mid-level managers and suggests techniques to meet those challenges.