The new year brings the promise of new potential. In that spirit, we share six habits for you and your organization to consider testing. Pick one habit to take for a test drive this quarter and see if it makes you more successful!
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It’s much more important to focus on different mistakes rather than fewer mistakes. Trying to minimize errors may see a reduction in the total number of mistakes, but the mistake of not committing is far more serious.
Make this the year you volunteer! You can discover new ways to grow professionally—but you may have many questions and doubts. Here we cover some common ones to help you get started on your journey to fulfillment.
Not all new project managers are 20-somethings straight out of school. And if you are a more experienced new PM, there can be some unique challenges.
There are several things you can do when presented with development requirements that either don’t seem appropriate for your project—or that present unintended consequences for the often unique, typically very custom projects that public project managers are regularly assigned.
What makes a successful project manager? What does the ideal PM look like? The answers might surprise you, as there is so much more to project management than the stereotypical traits we all assume we need to excel at.
Project managers are not assertive enough to thrive in today’s world. Let’s resolve to change that. (Warning: This requires a change in project management attitude, and for some PMs that will be the hardest part!)
At PMI we are passionate about citizen development and we want to help members of our community achieve success. This month, you could win everything you need to become a PMI Citizen DeveloperTM!
To be a person of influence requires a shift in perspective about what influence is and how it works. Rather than a one-time act of manipulation, think of influence as a way of life.
The old mantra “do more with less” could be just around the corner. The level of uncertainty is paramount for organizations, and there is not a one-size-fits-all strategy that CIOs can follow. Where do CIOs go as a painful 2021 ends and 2022 promises more of the same?