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Lead Your Team Through Change

by Chuck Inman

When you understand the three phases of change, you have a much better chance to reach your objectives. Here are four impportant steps to help your team navigate the phases of change — from creating a clear view and moving quickly, to communicating continuously and recognizing early achievements.

Leading Beyond the Iron Triangle

by Byron A. Love, MBA, PgMP, PMP, CISSP

The failure of a “successful” project came as a shock to an experienced PM. Turns out that managing projects according to the triple constraints alone is not enough.

Leading Beyond the Iron Triangle (Japanese Translation)

by Byron A. Love, MBA, PgMP, PMP, CISSP

「成功した」プロジェクトの失敗は、経験豊かなPMにショックを与えました。 トリプル制約だけでプロジェクトを管理するだけでは不十分であることが分かります。

Leading Change from the Middle

by Tim Wasserman

Projects require people and organizations to change ... sometimes during execution, inevitably upon completion. Right in the middle is the project manager, who must communicate up, down and sideways to overcome resistance, gather influence and develop a sense of ownership among those affected.

Lean-Driven Project Management: Q&A

by Norbert Majerus

Our webinar Lean-Driven Project Management shared some lean principles and practices and gave examples of how they could be used in a large variety of projects. Here, the presenter continues the conversation with this Q&A session that followed his presentation.

Learning From Success and Challenges in Change Management

by Bruce Harpham

As project management matures and individual professionals take on larger efforts, change management skills become vital because leading people will only become more important. How can you overcome resistance, inertia and other worthy opponents?

Lessons in Change Management

by Suresh MK

A recent trip to South Africa had this writer pondering how the actions and teachings of Nelsen Mandela correlated to an eight-stage process for creating major change in project management.

Let’s Start a Change Revolution

by Braden Kelley

The pace of change is accelerating, and for many people (and companies) things are changing so fast that they feel overwhelmed and retreat to the familiar instead of embracing the change. In fact, we are approaching a tipping point where what is becoming interesting to the young is not the new, but the old.

Leverage the 11 Change Roles for Success

by Braden Kelley

Change is a team sport, and there are many different roles for people to play. With this in mind, the author has created a list to identify the 11 roles that are important to the forming of a balanced and successful change leadership team.

Low-Hanging Fruit

by Linda Rising and Mary Lynn Manns

Most major organizational initiatives require visible, unambiguous, short-term wins to persuade skeptics and marginalize cynics. Strategic change leaders need to identify the low-risk actions within the larger effort that will have the widest impact, and then publicize the results. Here are helpful tips and real-world examples.

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