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5 Lessons PMs Can Learn From Mismanaged Pro Sports Teams

by Tom Chang

After reflecting on the long history of a pro sports team’s failure to win a championship, this project manager saw many parallels in the mistakes he made leading a software team. Are you committing these five fouls?

Unleashing the 'Pow!' in Power Skills

by Mike Griffiths

How can we motivate team members from passive compliance (or even worse, resistance) to committed dedication or even passionate innovation? Paying a salary does not motivate someone. Enter power skills to the rescue.

Essential Power Skills (Part 1): A New Take on Collaborative Leadership

by Andy Jordan

As project managers assume more business-focused roles, they need to show not just collaborative leadership with their teams, but also collaborative leadership with other leaders. That’s more than just an expansion of scope—it’s a subtle difference in how collaborative leadership needs to be applied.

How to Become a Changemaker...and Create Them for Your Project

by Bruce Harpham

Building your credibility as a changemaker is the start of your journey, not the end. It’s also essential to inspire change in your project team and beyond. Here are some tips to help you and your team embrace change.

22 Must-Read Articles From 2022

by Cameron McGaughy

There is a treasure trove of actionable takeaways that our PMs penned in 2022. Which one of these fun, heartwarming and engaging articles is your favorite? Discover what you might have missed, or revisit a popular favorite!

The Employee Journey: Talent Mapping and Empathy

by Sophie Wade

Monitoring a real-time skills inventory of your organization is critical for staying on top of your organization’s current and projected skills needs. It takes more than a compilation of old resumes or outdated competencies. These eight empathy habits can help.

3 Skill Sets PMs Must Focus on for Future Success

by Joe Wynne

Where will you be working in a year? What tools will be necessary for success? How will you build your career? To be a successful PM, you don't need to see into the future—but you do need to continuously build skills in these three critical areas.

We Need to Better Empower Project Managers

by Andy Jordan

How do we ensure that project managers can be empowered to drive the decisions that organizations need—while still being supported by those organizations? And how can that be achieved in an environment where leaders can drive overall strategy without having to be involved in every key decision?

Do You Have Too Much Strategy?

by Andy Jordan

Organizations can’t succeed without an effective strategy, but strategy alone won’t deliver successful outcomes. And not all organizations are acknowledging that fact.


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