Project managers are expected to set an example for their teams, and 2021 will test that to the limit. Resilience is about showing your team a positive but realistic attitude. Use these tips to help.
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As a new project manager with a team that finds itself working remotely, how do you establish yourself as a leader? It all ties back to truth, openness and understanding.
For all of those who claim that we need to get better at change management, this expert has some bad news for you: You can’t actually manage organizational change. The solution? We need to think about change from the outside in.
One of the biggest barriers to effective modern change management is the insistence on top-down governance and oversight. Solving that is critical to project success.
One of the misconceptions a lot of new project managers have is the idea that teamwork is something that is only required some of the time. That’s not real teamwork. We must learn to create the environment and let the work happen.
One of the possible reasons for so many ruminations on leadership is that we have arrived at the same place with leadership as we have with so many other topics: good leadership depends.
Need some powerful techniques to improve your leadership skills? You don't need a promotion to put these skills to use. Instead, you can start to practice these skills in your next project meeting.
There is still a tendency to equate success with "hard work," and "hard work" with long hours. But one of the most important things we have to learn to become effective leaders is when the time has come to do nothing.
Leadership is about staying ahead of those who you seek to lead. But how do you stay ahead? By asking yourself the right questions. This list of timely questions will get you started...
PMO leaders have had to examine and challenge virtually every aspect of their functions, including vetting, managing and deploying projects, and managing portfolios. Keep these four tips in mind to help manage through uncertainty.