In the latest installment of this nomadic series, our author passes the baton to his manager—who shares what it's like to manage an unanchored PM...and why you might want to experience it first hand.
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Do you have alphas, extroverts or senior managers who tend to dominate planning sessions? Try this simple group rotation technique to allow others to make a greater contribution.
It's imperative that an organization choose wisely and perform proper vetting and diligence when selecting a volunteer PM, for its needs are no less than its profit-based counterparts.
This PMIEF award-winning paper focuses on helping organizations understand the various PMO implementation decisions that may have a significant influence on the longevity of their PMOs. It identifies how increasingly, organizations across the globe now require some form of project management capabilities to thrive in whatever business they do.
How can you make a more significant impact as a project manager? Look for opportunities to grow each member of the project team. Let’s take a closer look at ways you can grow your business analyst...and yourself.
RPA is often perceived as a means to reduce headcount. But in reality, the key drivers of RPA adoption are improved operational effectiveness along with an enhanced employee and customer experience.
Escalators create chaos and turnover. Diffusers are the leaders people go to in times of need when they require help with problems. So how does one become better at defusing rather than escalating?
Many business owners think that getting peak performance from employees is simple—just tie cash rewards to goals. This is a mistake. One size doesn’t fit all, as every human being is at a different stage of their life and will be motivated by different rewards and recognition.
A change in work patterns toward more temporary roles is disrupting project management. The gig economy is moving from niche player to mainstream as millennials enter the workforce with different career aspirations—and organizations tap new labor markets and reduce headcounts.
Have you ever been asked to take over an ailing project—one that was close to failing and completely off track? A few simple steps can help you get off to a good start with your team and all stakeholders.