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Game Plans

by Gary Hamilton Gareth Byatt Jeff Hodgkinson

The use of sports terminology and analogies is often overdone in the workplace, but applied in the right context they can inspire and illustrate how to get things done as a team. Here are eight areas where linking the worlds of sports and project management might help your next project.

Geodesic Leadership & Communication (Webinar Transcript - Korean Translation)

by David Davis

이 프리젠 테이션은 다차원 수준의 프로젝트 매니저의 커뮤니케이션 측면에 초점을 맞추고 전달되는 다양한 유형의 커뮤니케이션뿐 아니라 잠재 고객이 정보를 수신하는지, 그리고 양질의 커뮤니케이션을위한 팁과 트릭을 탐구합니다.

Get Inside Your Project’s Head

by Vicki Wrona, PMP

The OODA Loop is a concept used by military strategists and law enforcement to “get inside” an opponent’s decision-making cycle. Here’s how the technique can help to keep your projects in control — or to bring troubled initiatives back on track before it’s too late.

Getting a Grip on Chaos, Part 2: 9 Core Practices for Leading an Extreme Project

by Doug DeCarlo, Principal, The Doug DeCarlo Group

In today’s increasingly dynamic project world, more and more project managers are finding themselves riding an extreme project--a venture characterized by high speed, high change, high complexity and high stress. What does it take to succeed? Let's look at nine vital leadership practices.

Getting It Done: Blame Game

by Grace Willis, MBA, SPC6, PMP, CSM, CSSGB

Look to your organization’s strategy and processes to prevent project failure.

Getting It Done: Go Team

by Deepa Gandhavalli Ramaniah

Increasing efficiency makes for a more motivated team—and better project outcomes.

Going the (Virtual) Distance

by Karen Sobel Lojeski

More project team members are working virtually, but the leadership models that once prevailed in organizations no longer cut it in an environment in which cohorts type instead of talk and rarely see each other face-to-face. Here are three core competencies for leading virtual teams.

Good Leaders, Bad Times

by Andy Jordan

How you deal with stressful situations on your projects can often define you as a leader, for better or worse. It starts with understanding your natural response to stress and consciously managing it. Your team will takes cues on how well you are coping, and they will be able to focus on their work the better you do it.


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