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Identifying and Unlocking PM Potential

by Andy Jordan

How do you recognize high-potential project managers in an organization, and how do you help them fulfill that potential?

Immunize Your Project from Toxic Team Members

by Wendy Liberko, PMP

Much like a flu shot protects you from a specific strain of the flu, this article presents actionable techniques for project managers to take to immunize their team from the negative effects associated with a toxic member. Learn how to identify and mitigate the contagious spread of toxic behaviors before the risk to your project becomes too great.

In Celebration of Project Management

by Andy Jordan

As the eighth annual International Project Management Day approaches, one seasoned PM saw fit to offer some words from the heart for “our” day. What does the special day have in store for you?

In Honor of IPM Day

by Andy Jordan

The first Thursday of November is upon us again...which brings the celebration that is International Project Management Day. One writer reflects on "our" time of the year, focusing on the people that make it all possible.

In Praise of T-Shaped People

by Esther Derby

Forming cross-functional teams is one way out of this dependency trap. But if you just put a group of specialists together, have you really solved the problem? In this article, we explore the downside of over-specialization and write about the sort of people you need to have truly cross-functional teams.

In with the 'In Crowd'

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

Although the 71st anniversary of Operation Dynamo, which took place during the second World War, was celebrated earlier in the summer, we can still continue to celebrate its achievements in the extraordinary results that the use of "crowdsourcing" in projects can deliver.

Increasing Agile Visibility

by Andy Jordan

It’s not enough to manage a good agile project, you have to be seen managing it. In this article, we explore why this is the case--and look at how to provide better visibility on what’s happening on your agile initiative.

Incubating Innovation

by Mike Griffiths

If success goes to those who can innovate the fastest, how do we nurture innovation? The basics are simple to understand—but difficult to implement and stick with in the face of adversity.

Influencing Innovation

by Martin Abbott and Mike Fisher

Team innovation can be greatly influenced by conflict (either productive or destructive), experiential diversity, a sense of empowerment, and organizational boundaries. An Agile approach can help, though there are pros and cons to consider. Spotify offers a real-world example of how it works.

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