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5 Tips To Manage the 'New Normal' Work Environment

by Bruce Garrod

Building relationships with the people we work with is critical for business success. Project managers have become accustomed to the “new normal” of working from home or other remote arrangements, so use these five steps to help strengthen relationships and improve project performance.

How to Become a Conscious Leader

by MaryBeth Hyland

Conscious leadership focuses on building a culture of “we” rather than a culture of “me.” While it sounds simple, it’s far from easy. Here are some principles to help you become a more conscious leader.

Why Leaders Should Let Go

by Latha Poonamallee

Control-based project management isn’t effective in times of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, especially in a knowledge economy built on mobility and autonomy. The better leadership approach is to let go, which doesn’t remove accountability but does require developing trust in your team.

The Final Team Member: Culture

by Raj K. De Datta

The last element of a high-performing project team isn’t a title or a skillset. It’s culture. But the right culture doesn’t happen by chance. Here, the author of a guide to leading digital initiatives shares five core values for building winning teams.

Foster Innovation In Your Team

by Bart Gerardi

Project leaders have a key role to play in innovation. It starts with giving teams the flexibility to be creative and develop unexpected results. Facilitating customer interaction helps teams explore what is actually needed and get in the mindset to deliver it. And stakeholders must be prepared for change and ambiguity, instead of predictability.

You Are Not (Always) a Problem Solver

by Andy Jordan

Project managers often see themselves as problem solvers, but that’s not quite the right way to look at things in every situation. Problem solving shouldn’t always be the project manager’s job...at least not directly. Are you enabling your team members to solve problems?

The Dangers of ‘Us Against The World!’

by Andy Jordan

Project teams often use sports metaphors to motivate each other, but be careful. There are some dangers with it that don’t exist—or at least aren’t as important—in a sports setting.

8 Things We've Learned About Teams in a Difficult Year

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Living through the pandemic has offered some insights and observations about how we work in teams—and how we can improve team interactions going forward. Those insights aren't just about improving work in a pandemic, but how we can think about enhancing team functioning even as we move to whatever the next “normal” becomes.

3 Causes of Team Dysfunction…and How to Combat Them

by Bruce Garrod

Evolving into a functional team can be difficult. The nuances of human behavior inevitably lead to some level of dysfunction. Here are three common problems and their causes—and suggestions to solve them.

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