There will be times when you are dealing with an extremely stressed team, working long hours under a deluge of urgent deadlines and pressure. How you handle these situations, from acting as a buffer to conveying confidence, will have a huge impact on the outcome.
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Everything that we encounter on a project doesn't need to be complex. So how do we move from complexity to simplicity on the project? What steps can we take to get there? Here's a look at four ways to keep it simple.
You have a role in the organization’s effort to be more agile. Don’t think it will be a thankless effort, though. If you play your cards right, you can attain documentable evidence of your leadership and improve your career advancement.
In reading articles about the worst companies to work for (and their practices), there are many common elements that helped them qualify for such a distinction. Several of them focus on a symbiosis of employee and customer satisfaction.
The need and support for teleworkers is growing, and to keep an “out of office” workforce engaged and productive requires a special company culture mindset. It should come as no surprise that effective communication is at the heart of having a successful virtual worker engagement culture.
Key Transparency Index (KTI) of a Project Manager—A First Step Toward Designing a Mathematical Formulaby
Transparency is a key indicator that can lead to early identification of problems, quicker solutions and timely closure of a project. Is it possible to create a simple mathematical formula to set the bar high when you evaluate a project manager’s transparency?
Every country and organization faces cultural differences. How do you go about building awareness, respecting and adapting to them, and then working within the necessary framework and structure so that the result is a successful engagement?
Has the spark gone out of your project meetings? Does your team seem like they need a recharge? Did you ever think the problem might be you? Even if you think you’re already “giving” at the office--it may not be enough.