Some of us thrive on stress, while others only seem to. Stress in a project world is inevitable. The question is how we respond, and how we can respond more effectively in the future.
A Mess of Change Models
Change management practitioners routinely draw on a range of models and sources to guide their work and their understanding. An exploration of some of the more remote—and robust—perspectives of change.
Communications: Difficult or Different?
Communication isn’t something that happens “out there.” It is an innate and personal capability. One that exists differently in each one of us. Learning the fundamental patterns of how we show up and communicate is essential.
A Ramble through Gambles: A Look at Risk Management
Risk management isn’t a single, well-defined practice. We have at least three different types of unknown to manage, and very different attitudes about how we should be responding to them.
Finding Our Inner Leader: A Primer For PMs
Project managers aren’t just managers. To be effective in their role, they need to lead. The strategies of leadership that we need when we realize our processes and tools aren’t enough.
Change Management/Project Management – Bridging the Gap
Project management and change management tend to operate as two separate domains. There is plenty of reason for collaboration and a huge amount of complementary overlap. The challenge is bridging the gap.