How can you approach the topic of resource management today in order to both execute delivery initiatives—as well as not bury people to the point where both delivery and essential “day job” duties are at risk?
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How do you attract talent to your organization, and how do you cultivate and retain the talent you have? Building a compelling company culture that emphasizes values, vision, purpose and openness is fundamental. Here are some steps, from recognition to mentorship.
To get the most from working with a resource deployment manager, there are three things that any project manager should stop doing in order to get the best people for their project.
The race to acquire talented resources for your team has never been tighter. Despite the difficulties that surround finding outstanding talent, there are more options than ever. Even traditional ways of finding people have changed. Here’s how you can make the best of finding your new team.
The more your organization can reduce distracting stressors on project teams and individuals, the easier it is for everyone to engage effectively in the work at hand.
It looks like 2022 is the year we begin to return back to formal workplaces, at least for some of us. But not everyone is in love with the idea—even some employers. Looking forward, the virtual versus on-site working models will need to find a common ground.
When managing complex ERP projects, the visual representation of work is essential. It keeps teams focused on the right priorities—and leadership aware of key challenges, like staffing shortages. Here are some options that can help—and some constraints you may encounter.
Diversity and inclusion is more than just ticking a box; it can be a great way for you to have the best possible team available with the talent that you need to complete the job well. What can you do within your organization to help?
Minimizing the number of times that a resource has to switch between projects and activities can help mitigate negative impacts, but it’s only a short-term solution. There also has to be a permanent solution—or the project risks failure.
Many project managers find themselves with team members spread across multiple pieces of work. How do you manage that effectively, especially for new project managers?