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Resolving Interpersonal Conflicts in Projects

by Jiju (Jay) Nair, PMP

Researchers have found that interpersonal conflict is an important occupational stressor with far-reaching organizational consequences resulting in abysmal project results. Project leaders will have to spend a substantial amount of time and effort to address interpersonal hurricanes in their march toward project success.

Maintaining Teamwork Remotely

by Andy Jordan

Adjusting to a remote way of working requires a change in how people think about work. How can we keep a sense of collaboration when working remotely? And how do we lead a team remotely when that team was always intended to be collocated?

Maintaining a Motivated and Engaged Agile Team

by Lin Rajan Thomas PMP, CSM

As a PM, maintaining a motivated team amid challenges is of paramount importance. This practitioner has collected a few lessons learned from her experiences leading agile teams over the years—and through interacting with other interfacing agile teams.

Developing an Effective Project Management Mentoring Program

by Bruce Gordon, PMP

One of the most effective methods for improving the capabilities and performance of project managers is through mentoring by more experienced practitioners. Learn how to start your own program with these key techniques employed by the PMI Chicagoland Mentoring Program along with four success stories based on direct feedback from participants.

The Gap Between PM Need and PM Investment

by Andy Jordan

Project managers are increasingly critical to organizational success, but not every organization is treating it that way. Why do so many organizations have no defined career path for project professionals?

Promote Creativity for Better Team Problem-Solving

by Joe Wynne

Stay out of the way but be supportive to help teams create better solutions to problems that arise during projects. It will speed things up, help you manage risk and reduce impact to your schedule.

Nurturing Creativity: A Leader's Role

by Andy Jordan

It doesn’t matter how creative a project manager is if they operate in an environment that stifles that creativity. That’s where leaders have a critical role to play.

The Talent Dilemma: Dealing With Departure Disruption

by Kevin Coleman

In today’s world, it is essential that program and project managers create a strategy that identifies key project participants, monitors them for warning signs and takes measure to survive their sudden departure. Are you?

10 Ways to Be a Great Mentor

by Carleton Chinner

As a mentor, you have an opportunity to help someone else grow. To do this, you will need to be a wise counselor, a well-connected networker—and able to facilitate the kind of assistance that helps your mentee achieve success.

Meeting the Training and Education Needs for Project Team Members

by Mike Donoghue

To increase educational participation and the retention of knowledge, there are a number of practices that can be used to reach the masses—but still have people feel encouraged with the “personal touch” your organization extends to them.


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