Admit it: No one likes writing or reading reports. But they are necessary. This article will share some simple guidelines on how to write a report—and the pitfalls to avoid.
1025 items found
When discussing our soft skills, many of us fall back on vague generalities and focus instead on the hard skills we deploy to deliver successful projects. But to differentiate ourselves from our technically qualified peers, we need to make our soft skills a meaningful part of our story by connecting them to principled beliefs.
The article talks about the myth that you must have strong pre-existing relationships to drive the key changes necessary to transform an organization. What truly helps attain success is having crucial conversations with one and all—one at a time.
Much like a flu shot protects you from a specific strain of the flu, this article presents actionable techniques for project managers to take to immunize their team from the negative effects associated with a toxic member. Learn how to identify and mitigate the contagious spread of toxic behaviors before the risk to your project becomes too great.
Psychological safety—the belief that one can communicate ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes without negative consequences—is one of the most important factors in team productivity and morale. Here are 16 ways to foster a project environment where people feel free to share their ideas, perspectives and feedback.
Social media is a powerful tool to help improve the quality of project management in our organizations, but how many of us take full advantage of the opportunity?
If you are looking to use social media platforms as a way to sell your organization and its products and services, you will need to consider which ones would be good matches for your industry—and the best ones to use to pass your messages around.
With social media, you have less control than with traditional “broadcast” style media tools. That’s the downside. The upside: more conversation! That means greater opportunities to engage your stakeholders in a meaningful way.
The use of social media within projects can substantially help your team building as well as communication with both your onsite and remote teams. What do you need to be aware of?
Social media is apparently more about helping people find like-minded individuals with whom they can share rants, making the world feel just a little more miserable. Don't fall into the trap.