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Ambiguity is a communication issue and a principle cause of difficulty in managing and performing projects. For example, in a large business process improvement project a lack of clarity regarding the role of the business unit's staff was the cause of unnecessary conflict. Defining the roles of ... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    What's New   
Communication is the life blood of projects. It is through communication that we plan, manage expectations, change, risk, conflict and any other aspect of the project requiring collaboration. We can break communication into two categories, formal and informal. Knowing the difference and using... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    Communication   
Project managers are seeing their roles evolve to include that of change manager. This shouldn’t surprise anyone as the function of both of these roles are similar - to ensure that a project delivers on its goals. Tim Creasey at change management solutions company, Procsi, notes that the disting... (more)
by: Bonnie McDonald in:    Project Management   
Today, businesses have become more diverse than ever, with people from various backgrounds & cultures adding immense value to every organization. In fact, workplace diversity enables project managers to leverage new skills and methods to solve problems. It also improves creativity by fostering d... (more)
by: Sreeram Sreenivasan in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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The success of your business depends on the productivity of your employees. You want motivated people in your team. You need them to maintain high levels of efficiency, especially when you’re pressured by deadlines. That’s an interesting situation. People usually perceive deadlines as too pressu... (more)
by: Olivia Ryan in:    Leadership   
This article explores how to optimize the efficiency and effectiveness of meetings needed to manage a project; balancing to make sure we are not creating obstacles to getting work done by individuals and coming together for meaningful communication and collaboration. Meetings are events... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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Communication is the key to project success. In project management, effective communication relies on an awareness of the way stakeholders consume information and how they exchange ideas, facts and opinions while they plan, resolve issues, and make decisions. PM tools facilitate communicati... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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Effective communication is a critical project success factor. The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is a powerful tool for making sure that there is a common language for discussing and reporting on the work required to complete the project. If you are reading this, chances are, you know what a ... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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Disputes among coworkers are one of the biggest causes of professional deterioration. Interpersonal conflicts can ruin the atmosphere within companies and even jeopardize entire businesses if not handled properly. On average, each employee spends more than two hours a week in some sort of confli... (more)
by: Robert Morris in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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By George Pitagorsky | Follow on Twitter! It is widely thought that transparency is a good thing. One recent study* shows that transparency goes beyond making people feel better to helping them work better. That study addresses transparency regarding definition of roles, organiz... (more)
by: George Pitagorsky in:    Connect, Collaborate, Perform - PM Best Practices   
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