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Yes, and the Art of No

by Kathleen Ryan O'Connor

IT departments — and project teams in general — need to build a more collaborative, two-way relationship with the business side of their organizations, serving as an advisor and strategic partner. Sometimes that means knowing when to say “no” in order to prioritize needs, align work, and innovate solutions.

Yes, You Do Need Those Stinking Org Charts!

by Brian Anthony O'Malley

Yes, folks…you do need to create and maintain a governing program organization chart for your large-scale project and/or program. It sounds simple, but the effects and gains can be dramatic if it is applied correctly. Keep these tips in mind to ensure success.

Yin-Yang Leadership

by Susanne Madsen

The ability to fully support and enable your team to grow, and at the same time challenge and stretch it, is a skill that can be learned and honed over time. Let’s look at how you can do this by using the concepts of yang (which pushes continous improvement and innovation) and yin (which steps back and enables the team to do so).

You Are Not A Project Manager

by Andy Jordan

Management is important on projects, from juggling tasks to managing schedules and risks. But it’s not enough. It’s leadership that sets us apart. It’s time to start thinking like and becoming a project leader. There are no short cuts.

You Can Become a Powerful Project Leader by Taking These Steps

by Andrea Masek, PMP

Project leadership takes guts. Face it, you take on some of the most complex assignments and are responsible for large budgets, resources and operational impacts. The steps outlined in this article will enable you to tap into your leadership potential, engage your teams and utilize proven techniques for successful project outcomes.

You May be Skilled, but Can You Manage Projects?

by Mike Donoghue

It’s easy to over-generalize staff members. Under what conditions might a good department or group manager also make a good project manager? Here are some things to think about when you consider someone's potential.

You’ve Been Disconnected

by ProjectsatWork.com

Some 87 percent of businesses fail to execute their strategy each year. Disconnectedness is at the heart of the problem, according to strategic execution consultant Dan Prosser, whose new book offers eight insights into why and how to fix it, from the power of conversations to the possibilities in chaos.

Your Agile Leadership Gift (Webinar Transcript - Korean Translation)

by Christopher Avery

이 웨비나에서는 당신의 인생, 업무 및 인간 관계에서 책임을 다하고, 실천하고, 숙달하기위한 마음의 책임 프로세스 ™ 및 책임감 (Keys to Responsibility ™)을 포함하여 리더십 선물에 대한 완전한 소개를 얻을 수 있습니다.

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