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In this exclusive Q&A video interview, Laurence Prusak shares his insights on “Collaborative Learning in Project Management” as he answers these four questions:
1) What is collaborative learning in project management, and what are the benefits?
2) What are the most common challenges in collaborative learning in project management?
3) What are some tips for overcoming those challenges?
4) If you could share three pieces of advice or positive affirmations for new project leaders, what would they be?
Former Strategy Consultant to Hoffman at NASA and Senior Knowledge Advisor to McKinsey and the World Bank, Laurence Prusak is the co-author of “Working Knowledge”, a widely cited text on knowledge effectiveness in organizations, as well as seven other books, three anthologies, and over 50 articles.
Laurence Prusak, Edward Hoffman, and Matthew Kohut are the authors of, “The Smart Mission“, and they will lead a keynote session based on the paradigm-shifting book that challenges the conventional wisdom on project management.
“The Smart Mission” session at IPM Day 2022 will highlight six principles for leadership, team, and organizational success: knowledge, learning, culture, teaming, story, and collaboration. This interactive session will define the factors necessary for sustained performance in a complex project world.
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Video by Jody Michelle Solis, Editor of IIL’s Thought Leadership News™
Disclaimer: The ideas, views, and opinions expressed in this interview are those of the interviewee and do not necessarily reflect the views of International Institute for Learning or any entities they represent.