Dear Friends, It is Friday—here are some new insights that we hope to inspire and delight you… My observations and other studies suggest that the inability to manage a project as a dynamic system of processes is one of the critical cause of project failure. Projects and the people who work in the projects are … More Ideas That Matter: The Genome of Team Dynamic
Orginal post by Richard E. Boyatzis HBR “Have you ever been blindsided in a meeting? You adequately prepared. The objectives were clear. But then, BLAM! Someone objects to one of your assumptions about halfway through the meeting and others just add to the objections………” “The best advice I ever got about how to handle these … More How to Handle Rebellion on Your Team?
Originally posted on Diane Ravitch's blog:
This report is a fascinating and scary analysis of Pearson’s ambitious efforts to create a demand for their products around the world and to satisfy that demand while making profits. It is called “Pearson and PALF. The Mutating Giant,” and it was written by Carolina Jünemann and Stephen…
How Good Project Managers Fail – This is not an oxymoron Dear Friends, It is Friday—here are some new insights that we hope to inspire and delight you… We might hate to admit it; projects have a lot to do with motivating the people; rallying the team who work with us to achieve a common … More The role of soft skills in project success