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3 Ways to Motivate Your Team

by Bart Gerardi

Project teams want to know their work matters. Successful project leaders do more than assign and monitor tasks; they find ways to motivate and engage team members. They show why the work is important, interesting and impactful. They answer the “what” and the “so what” questions.

Leading Projects With Humor

by Sam Stevenson

Humor is common in many projects and can improve project outcomes. What does humor look like in your projects? Has it helped or hindered? Learn more about the styles of humor, how it can benefit projects, and caveats to keep in mind.

Don’t Forget These Stakeholders

by Bart Gerardi

Project leaders know that identifying and managing the relationship with key stakeholders is critical to project success, but sometimes equally important indirect stakeholders get missed. Who are they?

Using Capacity-based Sprint Planning

by Bart Gerardi

It is generally more accurate to use capacity rather than velocity to carry out sprint planning. Here’s why, along with five steps to make the most of this approach—including determining the team’s capacity, selecting and estimating, and adding work safely.

When Projects Go Awry

by Bart Gerardi

It’s a fact: projects hit roadblocks. Here are some strategic principles and practical steps that can help you build trust and get back on track, from negotiating a new timeline or scope with stakeholders to working with the team to find accelerators and simplifiers.

New Ways of Working Are Here to Stay

by Bart Gerardi

When the pandemic ends, we won’t be going back to the way things were—not completely. We’ve developed new ways of working, and while there is no substitute for in-person collaboration, there are work and team processes that won’t be revived in many organizations because they’ve been improved upon.

Virtual ‘Big Room’ Keeps a Project Running

by Carl Tully

With a hospital expansion project placed on hold due to the pandemic, the design team got it restarted by pivoting to a virtual design environment, implementing a virtual “big room” or collocation space, utilizing digital tools to streamline project workflow, and incorporating live and virtual models for real-time collaboration and decision-making.

Terms of Engagement

by Andy Jordan

As distributed and remote work environments become the norm for many organizations, strengthening workforce engagement is more important than ever. Here is a strategic approach to address issues of separation, context, consistency, support and feedback.

Teams Are People, Too!

by Eric Strafel

Most successful project leaders take an authentic interest in their team members as people. They get to know them, what they value, and what motivates them. Open communication, empathy and mindfulness are fundamental.

Are You Addressing Biases in Team Culture?

by Andy Jordan

Historically, project managers have generally taken one of two approaches to dealing with biases in team culture: They’ve either ignored them or they’ve tried to address them head on in an attempt to “overpower” them. Neither of these approaches works.

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