This exclusive Q&A video interview is about Ways You Can Improve Teamwork & Collaboration.
Dr. Edward J. Hoffman shares his insights, advice, and experiences working at NASA as he answers these 4 Questions:
- What is teaming and collaboration? Is there a difference between the two?
- What are the most important skills for teamwork and collaboration?
- What are some tips for fostering and improving project team collaboration?
- If you could share three pieces of advice or positive affirmations for new project leaders, what would they be?
Dr. Edward J. Hoffman was NASA’s first Chief Knowledge Officer and founder of the NASA Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership. He is the co-author of “Shared Voyage: Learning and Unlearning from Remarkable Projects” and numerous journal articles.
At International Project Management Day 2022 (IPM Day), Dr. Edward J. Hoffman, with co-authors Laurence Prusak and Matthew Kohut, will lead the keynote session, “The Smart Mission“, which is based on their paradigm-shifting, new book that challenges the conventional wisdom on project management. At IPM Day 2022, “The Smart Mission” presentation 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.
IPM Day 2022 opens November 3, 2022. Save the date! Don’t forget to register online! Click here: https://www.iil.com/international-project-management-day/
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Edward J. Hoffman, CEO of Knowledge Strategies, LLC, and senior lecturer at Columbia University, was NASA’s first Chief Knowledge Officer and founder of the NASA Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership. He is the coauthor of Shared Voyage: Learning and Unlearning from Remarkable Projects and numerous journal articles.