Despite resistance to change from team members, this practitioner went through a coaching experience that gave him a sense of fulfillment. Read about his challenges—and the three simple stages he took with coaching.
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When problems are tackled collaboratively, usually the organization wins. Effective collaboration requires more than technology. There’s a subtle, but important, fact that the most powerful solutions are only as good as the people using them.
Young project management practitioners—who are relatively new to the profession and started their career during this exciting new age of landscape-shattering business paradigms and technology innovations—hold the key to the next phase of successful project management for organizations globally.
Giving up control and empowering your team can be a terrifying experience for many leaders. Micromanagement has its place; partnering has its place. The key is to understand when each is needed. That’s the role of the leader.
Project management has evolved in the last few years, but not all elements have evolved at the same rate. The next generation of PMs will challenge that.
There is enough buzz about next-generation project management that it deserves a closer look. What makes NGPM any different from the way successful projects have been run in the past, especially IT projects?
Existe una expresión muy interesante: 1 + 1 = 3. ¿Podemos llevar este conceptos a los equipos de proyectos?, ¿La sumatoria de los individuos en el equipo de proyecto es superior a cada individuo?
What if your organization decides to emphasize developing technical professionals instead of your field? In that case, it’s clear that you need your own talent management program. The starting point is to set some goals for your talent.
Project management has never been a more important skill set, but is that a bad thing? As more people become accustomed to something, so the appreciation for it diminishes. The problem with that is that it devalues the abilities highly skilled PMs bring to the table, and that’s something we need to address.
Is the term “talent management” a management theory or practical reality? This two-part series takes a practical look at four primary elements from a common definition of talent management. Up next: develop and retain.