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Old Habits Are Good to Break

by Andy Jordan

When a project team’s innovative solution to achieve its time-compressed goals was rejected by the sponsor, widespread resentment followed, a good project manager resigned, and the initiative faltered. Whether or not the idea would have worked, when leaders routinely stifle creativity the consequences can be dire and far-reaching.

On the Social PPM Fence?

by Neil Stolovitsky

Many organizations are on the fence about integrating social media tools into their project portfolio management infrastructures. They know about potential benefits in collaboration, but also worry about the dangers of undisciplined, unstructured information sharing. Here are six questions to gauge your organization’s social PPM readiness.

Open Up Your Innovation Toolbox

by Elvin Turner and Tony-Ryce Kelly

As the lines between project management and product development blur, project leaders and teams need a blend of approaches that support both efficient delivery and discovery-led work. Here are some strategic principals that can help expand your innovation toolbox.

Opportunity Agility

by Bart Gerardi

Agile organizations are always learning from their customers and their products, using them as guides to new ideas and opportunities. They also bring an agile mindset to selecting and executing the ideas they pursue, making advances iteratively through a continuous cycle of different initiatives at different stages.

Organizational Agility

by Bart Gerardi

At its core, Organizational Agility is about strategic responsiveness and functional flexibility. Companies that master it — that embrace rapid change as a source of energy and innovation — will thrive while others stagnate. Here is an introduction to the concept, including the driving forces behind it and the characteristics that define it.

Organize Thyself

by Dennis Smith

If satisfying work, not money, is the reason more people change jobs, it should be no surprise that individuals who choose their project are more productive. So-called self-organizing teams are not uncommon, but can the benefits of self-selected teams be part of a formal, broader approach to better project management?

Our Digital PM Future

by Mike Griffiths

Chatbots, AI assistants and virtual team members should converge to provide useful information retrieval and distribution vehicles—meaning our digital future will be more relevant and focused to our needs.

Our Digital PM Future (Japanese Translation)

by Mike Griffiths

チャットボット、AIアシスタント、および仮想チームメンバーは、有用な情報検索および配信手段を提供するために集まる必要があります。これは、デジタルの未来がより適切になり、ニーズに焦点が当てられることを意味します。

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