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Create a culture of appreciation within your virtual team

Kiron Bondale

Sabina Nawaz’s article “ In Times of Crisis, a Little Thanks Goes a Long Way “, which was published this week on HBR.org, is a great reminder of the need we all have to be appreciated.

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The oldest technique in risk management

Musings on Project Management

The oldest technique in the book, indeed before there were even books, is "acceptance" To drive a car is to accept the risk that the other driver isn't too drunk, too sleepy, too unskilled, too distracted, too whatever To take on debt is to accept the risk that you'll have the means to repay without bankrupting yourself To take on unsecured credit is to accept the risk (trust, really) that. Risk Management

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Accelerate Agile Project Management Success with Microsoft Teams and Planner

MPUG

In our current, fast-paced world, businesses need to be flexible to stay competitive. It isn’t the best who prevail, but those who can quickly adapt to new requirements. In IT—especially software development—traditional project management approaches are too rigid and out-of-date.

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4 Management Styles for Giving Feedback to Colleagues with Examples

Girl's Guide to PM

How often do you give positive praise or other feedback to your team? Probably every day, even if you don’t realize it. In this article, I’m looking at 4 different styles for giving feedback to a colleague as a manager. My style for giving feedback is one of positive praise.

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Bridging the Gap: Implementing CIO Leadership in Project Management

Speaker: Clint Padgett, President & CEO, Project Success Inc.

You may have a visionary CIO and very capable project managers. You may have the best tech, the latest software, and stellar talent. But if you can’t establish a dynamic, collaborative team with a clear mission, then your project will slip through the cracks. It’s time for CIOs to unlock their "people potential" and learn the leadership skills that will lead to satisfied project managers and more than satisfactory project results. Join Clint Padgett, CEO and President of Project Success Inc., and bridge the gap between CIOs and Project Managers to create a passionate and successful team.

PMBOK 7 is getting Closer. What we Know…

Online PM Courses

Work on PMBOK 7 is well underway and now we know a lot about the shape of PMI's next guide to Project management knowledge. And it will be very different. The post PMBOK 7 is getting Closer. What we Know… appeared first on OnlinePMCourses.

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Webinar Recap – Visual Awesomeness: Enhance Your Project Online Power BI Reports with Custom Visuals

MPUG

Please find below a transcription of the audio portion of Raphael Santos’ Visual Awesomeness: Enhance Your Project Online Power BI Reports with Custom Visuals webinar being provided by MPUG for the convenience of our members. You may wish to use this transcript for the purposes of self-paced learning, searching for specific information, and/or performing a quick review of webinar content. There may be exclusions, such as those steps included in product demonstrations.

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Track the patterns

Lynne Cazaly

Very few things happen in isolation or independence. They are most likely connected to something else. If there’s something else connected, what could you find out about it? Look for clues. and cues. As you gather up more information - CSI style - you’re sensemaking, connecting dots, gathering information on trends and patterns. And as soon as there are three of something, there is a pattern. A pattern that is noticeable. A pattern that is recognisable. A pattern that is actionable.

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Build engagement slowly

Lynne Cazaly

Starting with a bang in a meeting may seem like the way to get people’s attention - but the reverse can also be true. As we join the next meeting in our diary, we bring with us a hangover from the previous one. The previous meeting could have been overwhelming with too much information, or frustrating in how decisions weren’t made. It could have been time wasting or unclear or. highly entertaining, interactive and uplifting!

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