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8 Skills PMs Must Develop to Embrace Innovation

by Antonio Nieto

As our field evolves and integrates with innovation, project managers must adapt by developing a new set of skills. Here we look at strategies for effectively integrating innovation within project management—and how we can close the PM/innovation gap.

The Project Manifesto: 12 Guiding Principles of the Project Economy

by Antonio Nieto

The Project Economy needs a manifesto. Antonio Nieto establishes 12 guiding principles to revolutionize project management and implementation practices. These principles seek to make project management more accessible, understandable, and applicable to experts and non-experts alike.

How to Recognize and Deal with Change Saturation

by Lonnie Pacelli

When it comes to digesting change, not all organizations are created equal. As a project manager, you need to be aware of change saturation and what influences it. How do you put this into practice?

Topic Teasers Vol. 167: Is It Change, or Sloppy Practices?

by Barbee Davis, MA, PHR, PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-PBA

Question: We are an organization that has both manufacturing type teams and those who do more software-oriented things. Management really wants us to do things that are more similar in the way we manage projects. Since what we do doesn’t really lend itself to a single approach to the work we need to complete, how can we set up something that works for both parts of the organization?

What We Get Wrong About Resilience

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

The way resilience is spoken about, it is seen as a magical balm for all that ails us. It helps us face challenges head on and emerge on the other side fresh faced, inspired, engaged and successful. If only that were true. How well is resilience actually working for us? We should be talking about something else instead.

Staying Ahead of the Curve: How to Combat Resistance to Change

by Carleton Chinner

If you apply the idea of moving people through a change cycle to your project, you will see your stakeholders as people with genuine feelings about the work you are delivering. This can be quite an eye-opener if you are not used to it.

Secure the Win: 6 Must-Ask Change Request Questions

by Lonnie Pacelli

It’s crucial to be disciplined with change requests regardless of how much schedule contingency you may have in your back pocket. You don’t always have to be Dr. No, but the request should be objectively and unemotionally evaluated.

6 Drivers of Change (and How to Harness Them)

by George Freeman, PMP

To challenge perspectives and encourage thinking outside the box. let's take a pragmatic, somewhat humorous journey through lesser-known dynamics of change that were inadvertently excluded from our favored body of knowledge.

The Need for Multiple Change Management Approaches

by Andy Jordan

Change is becoming an integral part of how projects are delivered, but that change still needs to be managed—and one size doesn’t fit all. Project managers must be able to resist the pressure to simply apply the leanest approach possible.


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