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Tactical Tips for Virtual Teams

by Andrew Makar, PMP

While managing three virtual software implementations, this writer learned several tactical tips to remember when working with virtual teams.

Tailor Your Kick-off Meeting to Your Virtual Team

by Joe Wynne

A snip here and a stitch there. Let out a bit over here. Don't suck in your stomach! There, you have a kick-off meeting fit for a virtual team, no matter how spread out it has become.

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.

Teamwork: Always the Most Important Requirement

by Andy Jordan

One of the misconceptions a lot of new project managers have is the idea that teamwork is something that is only required some of the time. That’s not real teamwork. We must learn to create the environment and let the work happen.

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.

The Benefits and Challenges of Remote Project Management

by Mudassir Iqbal

Virtual teams allow project managers to build ideal teams without many of the constraints they would otherwise face. For employees, they allow flexibility and freedom to achieve an optimal work-life balance. But they also come with challenges...

The Care and Feeding of Virtual Teams

by Joe Wynne

Do you take care of your dog the same way you take care of your fish? Not if you want to keep him happy. The same idea holds for virtual teams--they require a special kind of handling.

The Dangers of ‘Us Against The World!’

by Andy Jordan

Project teams often use sports metaphors to motivate each other, but be careful. There are some dangers with it that don’t exist—or at least aren’t as important—in a sports setting.

The Employee Journey: Talent Mapping and Empathy

by Sophie Wade

Monitoring a real-time skills inventory of your organization is critical for staying on top of your organization’s current and projected skills needs. It takes more than a compilation of old resumes or outdated competencies. These eight empathy habits can help.

The Final Team Member: Culture

by Raj K. De Datta

The last element of a high-performing project team isn’t a title or a skillset. It’s culture. But the right culture doesn’t happen by chance. Here, the author of a guide to leading digital initiatives shares five core values for building winning teams.

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