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10 Steps to Breakthrough PI Results (Part 2)

by Michael Wood

What does it take to do world-class business process improvement projects? Does it take a total corporate infrastructure dedicated to the task? Does it lots of automated tool sets that do process analysis, simulations and collaboration? The answer may surprise you as we conclude our two-part series.

10 Strategic Execution Trends for 2015

by Tim Wasserman

Smart, high-performing organizations are structured to react more quickly to external and internal shifts. They view the future as a possibility, change as an opportunity, and their strategy as the tool to get them there. Here are 10 strategic execution trends they will be focusing on in 2015.

10 Things CIOs Should Know About Agile


Agile methods have the capability to transform IT-business relationships and positively impact value delivery. But IT leaders must be dedicated to the culture change necessary for success. Here are 10 guiding principles you need to know about agile development.

10 Things To Keep In Mind Before Volunteering

by Mayte Mata-Sivera, Yasmina Khelifi

Make this the year you volunteer! You can discover new ways to grow professionally—but you may have many questions and doubts. Here we cover some common ones to help you get started on your journey to fulfillment.

10 Tips for Better Estimates

by Jerry Manas

Bad project estimates cause costly delays, scope creep and inefficient resource allocation across programs and portfolios. Here are 10 ways to generate more accurate estimates throughout your organization, starting with a multi-phased approach and including top-down and bottom-up methods.

10 Tips for Effective Agile Retrospectives

by Kevin Aguanno, CSPM (IPMA-B), Cert.APM, PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, CSP, FPMAC, FAPM

Agile practitioners generally agree that regular retrospectives throughout the project are a good practice; however, many are not seeing the full benefits from the practice. This article shares a number of tips on how to perform retrospectives effectively—getting the maximum value from this important agile process.

10 Tips for leading a Multicultural Team

by Sunita Sehmi
October 01, 2014 | 59:49 | Views: 1,067 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 4.06 / 5

One of the primary talents international leaders need today, is the ability to manage and leverage cultural differences. Today’s manager has to work in both international and cross-cultural environments. Consequently, managers are now required to deal with challenges stemming from inter-cultural communication differences. Therefore, successful management demands cross-cultural competency.

10 Tips for Mindful Leadership

by John J. Murphy

More than ever, mindful leadership is essential to helping people manage their stress during this unprecedented time of uncertainty. Here is a 10-point paradigm to help you manage your own stress and lead your team with poise and grace.

10 Tips to Passing the PRINCE2 Exam

by Elizabeth Harrin

Studying for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam? Exam day will come round sooner than you are 10 tips for passing the test.

10 Unbreakable Rules for Project Success (Part 1)

by Mark Lilly & Tim Rahschulte

Why do so few projects succeed? Despite the decades of increasingly complex attempts to manage projects, far too many managers overlook the 10 Unbreakable Rules for Project Success. As outlined in this two-part series, these common sense guidelines hold the key to increasing your success rate and delivering greater consistency across your project's lifecycle.


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