Do you make your words count? Gaining a reputation of having a high value per word tells others that you not only have something important to say, but also signals that you don’t want to waste others’ time filling air (or emails) with non-essential chatter.
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If you have friction in your sponsor relationships, consider these guidelines and decide where you and your sponsor have the most room to improve—and ensure you work together effectively when delivering solutions.
Even with the best of intentions, the sponsor/PM dance can feel more like one is doing a jitterbug and the other a waltz. What can the PM do to better ensure sponsor engagement and address where the sponsor is drifting?
As strategic communication becomes more transparent across an enterprise, organizational change management must start earlier. Let's explore a new approach to organizational change.
Construction projects often experience delays and cost overruns. To establish reliable and predictable commitments, we must address the art and science of communication.
You earn the right to be micromanaged. As a follower, it’s important for you to do your part to avoid being micromanaged and having your leader fill in the blanks for you. These six tips can help.
Are you a graceful recipient of feedback? How can you be a better feedback recipient and mine the best nuggets out of the feedback you receive? Consider these nine points.
PMOs tend to speak the language of projects—and that's a barrier when it comes to engaging business leaders. To have meaningful communications with leadership, they need to intelligently speak the language of business—the language of value.
Many people with leadership titles aren’t very good at leading people. They may be excellent at developing strategies, but building belief, trust and commitment in the teams that must execute those strategies is an altogether different skillset.
There are two main approaches to achieving success that teams take: outcome focused, and process driven. While both can be effective, a combined model positions project teams better equipped to deliver success.