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Organizational Competencies: What They Are and How to Develop Them

Rebel’s Guide to PM

I worked in the IT team at my old job. We did a fair amount of off-the-shelf software deployments, and we frequently made the point that we were a healthcare company, not a software development firm. I would not have said we had software development as one of our core organizational competencies. We didn’t need it. Leadership.

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Product Development with the Stage-Gate® Process (Part 3): Procedure and Structure

Inloox

In the last parts of our blog series on innovation management with the Stage-Gate® process, we looked at the basics such as the definition, strengths and weaknesses, and the basic principles. Procedure Stage-Gate® process. and is now considered the industry standard for product innovations.

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Develop Better High Performing Teams

ProjectManager.com

As we ease into the new year, many organizations’ executive teams are ramping up hiring for new talent. All these efforts require precise judgment to hire just-in-time talent, using data to make strategic project decisions at a portfolio, program and project level and launching new high performing teams.

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How To Motivate Your Project Team

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Ruth Pearce knows everything there is to know about motivating your project team. I caught up with Ruth to find out more about how to motivate teams and why it’s something you should be actively doing. Why do you think motivation on project teams is so important? She’s even written the book on it. I love this question.

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How To Build A High Performing Team

Proofhub

8 Proven Leadership Ways to Build High-Performing Teams A high performing team is a blend of goal-oriented professionals , experts in their respective fields, responsible for planning, executing and yielding outstanding results. Have you ever led a high-performing team that is high in energy and enthusiasm?

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Innovation: Running Experiments and Learning

Leading Answers

In my last article on  Incubating Innovation , we explored the culture and mindset of accountable experimentation. Within agile frameworks, the team retrospective is the primary workshop for planning and evaluating experiments. Yet most team retrospectives I see are broken. This is a more useful format.

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Product Development with the Stage-Gate® Process (Part 4): Implementation with InLoox

Inloox

In the first three articles of our series on product development with the Stage-Gate® process, we covered the theoretical basics. We also provide you with a free downloadable template of the idea-to-launch process described in part 3. The Stage-Gate® process as a phase-milestone plan. Activity: Stage 3: Development.