In case you actually read this description, the beginning of the blog is about preparing for the PMP exam. It then evolved into maintaining my credential. After taking a break for a few years, I'm back and will be blogging about project management, in general, and probably a bit of agile on a regular basis.
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Passion for project management combined with a passion for people creates energy, enthusiasm and engagement. Engagement leads to success. It is when we are most engaged that we will "run through walls" for others. This blog focuses on ways to keep our project teams engaged and the way we can keep ourselves engaged and effective. As Lori Wilson (projectmanagement.com) described it "Project management is like tap dancing on a moving floor". Let's LEARN TO DANCE!
This blog will help new leaders and managers to become better in authentic leadership, identify their own leadership style and create a dream team. Here you will find tips on how to bring trust, share transparency and build a motivated, productive and cohesive team.
This blog will explore agility at the enterprise level, examining how agile principles can be implemented throughout the organization—and in departments other than IT.
In this blog you will find posts examining various facets of Agile ways of thinking and working, and their influence on or relationship with Project Management. For clarity, I define Agile as a way of thinking and working intended to delight customers and make work joyful. If you're not focused on delighting your customers, your competition will overtake you. If you don't make work joyful for your teams, your most talented people will migrate to competitors who do so.
The Agility Series focuses on agile and agility across the organization not just in software and product development. Areas of agility that will be covered in blog posts will include: - Organizational Agility - Leadership Agility - Strategic Agility - Value Agility - Delivery Agility - Business Agility - Cultural Agility - Client Agility - Learning Agility
Need some guidance? The Ambassadors Blog is here to help! The Ambassadors Program brings you professional, passionate and knowledgeable voices from ProjectManagement.com to help community members get the most out of the site and their interactions with each other. Here, the Ambassadors will share valuable insights from their role, their careers and their profession—including hot PM topics and trends, and more!
The Battle-Hardened PM examines traditional subjects in project management from non-traditional perspectives, in hopes of inspiring both the current and next generation of PMs to move beyond their limits.
Managing any project successfully is all about Team Work combined with years of Accrued Expertise. It is an asset to have an educational background that compliments your field of expertise but "education" without "experience" is like an "arrow" without a "bow." You can never make a perfect shot with a temporary arrow unless you have a permanent bow called: "Life's Experience." Remember, you can never teach experience but you can always teach from experience.
Stories from the trenches and practical advice on how PMOs can more effectively support, prioritize and fund strategic business initiatives.