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7 Key Behaviors for Facilitating Productive Project Meetings
2022 Volume 1 Number 15

7 Key Behaviors for Facilitating Productive Project Meetings

By Natalie Berkiw-Scenna, PMP

Leading and facilitating projects meetings that are productive and high-functioning doesn’t need to be challenging. In fact, by leveraging several key behaviors found in the most effective professional meeting facilitators, you can consistently hold project meetings that are more engaging, gain greater collaboration, and allow you to achieve your project goals and objectives.

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Improve Your Chances for a Successful Project - Critical Success Factors
2022 Volume 1 Number 13

Improve Your Chances for a Successful Project

By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D.
One of the comments I make to senior managers during executive briefing sessions is as follows:
“If all of your projects are completed successfully, you are probably not taking enough risk and not working on enough projects.”

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When a Successful Project Isn't | Unmet Expectations
2022 Volume 1 Number 12

When a Successful Project Isn’t

By Steve Blais, PMP, PMI-PBA
Why would a project like that still be looked on as less than successful? One word: expectations. That is, expectations other than the objective measurements were not met. And, for most project managers, the expectations were not even disclosed.

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4 Agile Don'ts by Ko Ito
2022 Volume 1 Number 12

4 Big Agile Don’ts Learned from TPS

While Agile methods can trace significant influences back to Lean Manufacturing, which was inspired by the Toyota Production System (TPS), Taiichi Ohno, the father of TPS, says, “Don’t be agile,” in his book, “Toyota Production System: Beyond Large-Scale Production”.

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Matthew Kohut | Communication in Project Management
IIL Thought Leadership News

Communication in Project Management

In this exclusive Q&A video interview Matthew Kohut shares his advice and insights on “Communication in Project Management” as he answers these 4 questions.

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