Your small but important project is chugging along when out of nowhere, a global event interferes with your workflow. What do you do? Here are five tactics you can use.
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You need to treat your team members with care and thoughtfulness. Viewing them as a “people resource” in a project chart is misleading; the talent tripod can help.
To be a capable generalist requires reframing our own self-perception—and how we communicate our abilities and shape the perception of others. The value of the generalist is not about having wells of expertise in a broad array of domains. Success as a generalist instead requires three very specific talents...
If we create a great environment—a great culture—we don’t need to spend time directing or engaging people. Instead, we free people to work in the best ways they can. Here are three ideas to help move from talent management to environment or culture management.
While there is no one formula for conflict resolution, it's helpful to have some strategies, some models to guide our thought process. This article outlines some basic models for conflict resolution to be aware of—and maybe incorporate if they help in your situation.
With project management being a more diverse discipline than ever, what’s the right strategy for developing people into, through and beyond project management?
During these times, it's more important than ever to continuously monitor and assess the behavioral, physiological and psychological well-being of your employees. One tool that may help is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
For many jobs at small and large firms alike, there is need for redundancy in order to keep processes flowing and maintaining “business as usual” practices from a continuity perspective. This can be accomplished through cross-training.
In today’s world, what exactly does a great project manager look like in terms of skills and abilities? That’s not an easy question to answer, especially as we all grapple with the pandemic.
In The Project Economy, organizations recognize they need teams with a full breadth of perspectives and skills. And that requires true diversity. Read more in this PMI Pulse of the Profession® In-Depth Report.