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Managing Conflicts in Projects

Managing Conflicts in Projects By Luigi Morsa, Aerospace Engineer and Project Manager, SII Engineering & IT Managing a team is complex and challenging at the same time. Team members naturally have different perceptions, personalities, characters, and ideas. Creating a productive work environment and minimizing conflict within a team is not easy. In managing conflict in

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Project Management

Cultivating Adaptability and Resilience

Cultivating Adaptability and Resilience   By Cyndi Synder Dionisio, Practice Lead for Project, Program and Portfolio Management, IIL There is a principle in the PMBOK® Guide – Seventh Edition about adaptability and resilience, and if there is anything the past 2 years has taught us, it is the need for adaptability and resilience. The principle

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Project Management

Teams Beyond the Comfort Zone

Teams Beyond the Comfort Zone By Felix Ludosan – Senior Program Manager | BASF  As project professionals, we’re used to thinking about the plans, deadlines, deliverables. We lead or be a team player as the situation requires. We experience and manage projects in the context of both our professional and personal lives. But what happens

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Agile

Overview and Key Themes of IIL’s 2021 Agile & Scrum Online Conference

Overview and Key Themes of IIL’s 2021 Agile and Scrum Online Conference Agile and Scrum Online Conference: Co-Create for Greater Value opens on June 3, 2021. Our theme this year is Co-Create for Greater Value. In this article, we’ll preview what you can expect to take away from this unique learning event. View full event

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Agile

Agile for Non-IT Projects

Agile for Non-IT Projects By Mohamed KhalifaProject Management Consultant, Coach & PMI Authorized InstructorPfMP, PgMP, PMP, PMI-RMP, PMI-SP, PMI-PBA, PMI-ACP, OPM3, CDAProject+, HRBP, CKM, CBAP, LIMC, CCMAP, CTT+, IPMO-Expert Since seventeen people met in February 2001 at Wasatch mountains of Utah to discuss and draft the Agile Manifesto, software projects have been the main focus of

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Project Management

Project Management Predictions for 2021

Project Management Predictions for 2021 By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D The landscape for project management changes almost every year. Some changes are relatively small or incremental whereas other changes can be significant. Historically, most of the changes appeared in the methodology, processes, tools, and techniques. Now, many of the changes are behavioral changes. There will be

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Project Management

Virtual Learning: 7 Trends to Look Out For

By Pamela S. Hogle Digital learning took the spotlight in 2020, as schools, corporations, and organizations of all types abruptly moved to remote learning and working. With hope for rosier days ahead, what does the future hold for learning and development (L&D) professionals and online training? These 7 notable trends may influence our lives as

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Project Management

Family Project Management: What You Need to Know

Project Management for Parents By Hilary Kinney, PMP – Strategic Communications and Project Management Consultant, Vision Realized Are you working at home during quarantine and parenting/home-schooling at the same time? Considering how to handle things this summer? Here are a few project management principles that can help. Set a Realistic Plan/Scope and Get Buy-in First,

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Project Management

How These 6 Principles Boost Stakeholder Engagement

Artificial Intelligence in Project Management By Elizabeth Harrin, Director, Otobos Consultants Ltd In Stakeholder-led Project Management: Changing the Way We Manage Projects Louise M. Worsley sets out 6 principles for engaging project stakeholders. I thought they were tenets worth sharing, so here they are along with my explanation of what they each mean to me.

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