For organizations and teams, change is a factor whether it is intended to be or not. Making change part of the DNA of the organization is difficult—but can provide great rewards.
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No matter how bad your attention span is, these rapid fire bullets on listening will help you improve worker performance.
The same lean principles that have improved efficiencies on the factory floor can also be used to boost individual performance and productivity, according to "A Factory of One” author Dan Markovitz. Here, he summarizes some tools and concepts that can help guide your own continuous improvement journey. [23:15]
The lessons of September 11, 2001 and the findings of the 9/11 Commission provide more evidence that it's not what you know, but what you do with what you know that counts.
Poor communication is far and away the most cited reason by project teams for their failures, so by understanding the origins of communication problems you can vastly improve your chances for success. Culled from 134 project teams, here are seven causes of communication breakdown, and ways to prevent or overcome them.
As this practitioner shares a hard lesson learned about stakeholder engagement, we discover why a project manager should spend more than 90% of his or her time on project communication.
Any software implementation should enable or enhance a business process. Unfortunately, many organizations mistakenly believe that the technology itself is the solution. In reality, it is at best 10 percent of the value equation — the other 90 percent is based on the human factor.
Analyzing information and data is a very important skill for a project manager in all phases of the project. Are you getting an "A" for analysis effort?
As organization’s implement a portfolio management process, portfolio managers are encouraged to review this model to ensure the primary processes are supported with support processes and include both organizational context and IT architectures.
Rather than tread on tried ground with more on program governance, this writer wades once more into unchartered waters around something that is suddenly getting a lot more press with the focus on the Informational Technology Infrastructure Library: operational governance.