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Do Your Leaders Have The Right Convictions About Innovation?

By Tendayi Viki, Associate Partner and Author | Strategyzer Without leadership support, corporate innovation projects are dead on arrival. Leadership […]

Project Management: Agile and Waterfall Explained

By Karim Radwan, CAIA, PMP Since the Agile Manifesto was written in 2001 by a group of software practitioners, Agile [...]

Divergent-Convergent Paths Process For Conflict Management

By Luigi Morsa, Aerospace Engineer and Project Manager, SII Engineering & IT Managing a team is complex and challenging at […]

Cultivating Adaptability and Resilience

By Cyndi Synder Dionisio, Lead for the PMBOK ® Guide & President | Cynergy2 There is a principle in the PMBOK® Guide – […]

Teams Beyond the Comfort Zone

By Felix Ludosan – Senior Program Manager | BASF  As project professionals, we’re used to thinking about the plans, deadlines, […]

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

IIL’s 6th annual Agile and Scrum Online Conference: Co-Create for Greater Value opens on June 3, 2021. Our theme this [...]

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, [...]

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 [...]

Virtual Learning in 2021: The 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 [...]

Chess and Business Strategy

By Luigi Morsa, Ph.D. Undoubtedly the chess game is fascinating because it implies deep thinking, strategy, and prediction ability. It […]