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5 Simple Steps for Successfully Working With External Teams

by Andy Jordan

If people know that you are an external contractor, you are viewed differently than if people believe you are an employee of the same organization. This creates unnecessary barriers that prevent relationships from ever properly developing, increasing the chances for problems when the project experiences challenges. It doesn't have to be this way.

Repairing Broken Stakeholder Relationships

by Michael Wood

Professional relationships can become dysfunctional and even broken for a host of reasons, and it is imperative for project managers to recognize when relationships are going south—and to understand what they can do to repair them.

The Danger of Working With Friends

by Andy Jordan

Having someone on your team that you are friends with can seem like a great benefit. Unfortunately, it can also be dangerous. You have to be conscious of how the relationship will be perceived—and how you need to manage it.

Here's What You Asked About PMI Citizen Developer

by PMI

We held our first Citizen Developer webinar on Thursday 29th April, which was an open Q&A session about the PMI Citizen Developer product suite. Here we answer some questions that were asked by the community during the webinar.

Conversations on Citizen Development: Building Entrepreneurship With No-Code

by Arjun Jamnadass

How can no-code be used for building new companies? Did you know there are over 400 (and growing) no-code software platforms out there? Max Mirho of Entrepenerd and Arjun Jamnadass, interim Managing Director of Citizen Developer at PMI, had a wide-ranging conversation about no-code, entrepreneurship and citizen development.

6 Ways To Prevent Team Dysfunction

by Bruce Harpham

Stress, surprises and communication failures—especially in a virtual environment—are ever-present threats to our project success. Unfortunately, project managers often have a blind spot when it comes to their teams.

PMs and Their Teams: Temporary or Permanent?

by Andy Jordan

Is there benefit in having a PM stay with the same team through multiple projects, or would everyone be better off if project managers led different teams—even if those teams were themselves fairly stable?

Project Management Is a Journey, Not a Destination

by Andy Jordan

Many of the stakeholders that support project management career growth have the wrong perspective on what project management actually is. Becoming a project manager isn't some kind of ending, a destination to reach that signifies progress is complete. It's just the beginning.

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