When two people are working together, there are going to be disagreements. Project teams are no exception, but there are good ways to navigate this conflict without completely derailing the project.
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Nothing takes the place of solid work experience. So one PM decided to reach out to her colleagues and gather their everyday thoughts and insights into what they have learned over the years in working with different leadership styles.
Nothing takes the place of solid work experience. So one PM decided to reach out to her colleagues and gather their everyday thoughts and insights into what they have learned over the years in working with different leadership styles. These important questions and answers continue that valuable research.
In this article, the author introduces some key concepts of negotiation, shows why negotiations play a critical role in our day-to-day work and shares how we can improve our negotiation skills so that we create a win-win situation for our projects and business issues.
We live in a digital world, so has face-to-face networking lost its importance? There are so many options for busy professionals, so it’s best to plan a nice blend of options. Before you get started developing your basic networking plan and getting yourself out there, you may wish to consider these questions to develop some strategies...
Many organizational change initiatives start with a bang and end with a whimper. New ideas need dedicated champions to sustain momentum as people lose interest and obstacles are encountered. Here are some ongoing activities to keep individuals engaged, informed and supportive.
Ah, the good ol' project management maxims! We've heard them all, right? Or have we? Over the last few years, one writer's professional encounters have led him to develop a few new gems of PM wisdom, destined to one day find their special place on project status reports worldwide (well, he can dream, right?).
Got yourself a new project? Congratulations. Got any idea as to who you are going to have working with you? Chances are, you have your work cut out for you.
It’s time to make way for new training tools and techniques…or get run over. Old methods are fast becoming obsolete, but the replacement tools have not been fully tested and will not be immediately acceptable to all organizations. Use these tactics to move more quickly toward faster project workforce development.
So the new year is upon us. But this year, one writer will try something a little different. Instead of just picking a few resolutions for his personal self (pounds, be gone!), he's adding some for his professional, project management self--the things he will do differently that will have an impact on his project teams. Join him on his journey...