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  • Lessons (Really) Learned? How to Retain Project Knowledge and Avoid Recurring Nightmares member content open

    By Dülgerler, Mustafa | Negri, Marco Most companies have institutionalized the process of identifying and documenting lessons learned, but, even when these lessons are correctly identified and documented, they often get lost in a…

  • Change Agility across Different Cultures member content open

    By Hassan, Mohamed Khalifa | Ilyas, Muhammad A. B. Communication revolution and globalization have turned the world into one large village where individuals and organizations are now connected in unimaginable ways. The result is a highly dynamic…

  • Explore new frontiers to improve communication within the project team member content open

    By Mazzoli, Chiara | Beltrami, Giorgio As explained in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)Fifth Edition, "Project communications management includes the processes that are required to ensure timely and…

  • Overcoming Knowledge-Sharing Barriers member content open

    By Martínez Sanz, Mercedes In the current competing and changing market environments, knowledge is a valuable resource for the competitive advantage of an organization more than ever before. Existing knowledge management…

  • Global Workforce Effects on Knowledge Transfer member content open

    By Bernabe, Rosalinda P. This paper will provide insights on knowledge transfer using a virtual team-base scenario to describe how projects, programme, portfolio, and operations working within organisations tend to have…

  • How to Support Knowledge Transfer through PMOs member content open

    By Hafizoglu, Mustafa | Atagun, Burak Knowledge is being gained through a challenging path and it has great value for a company to survive and be competitive. As projects are completed, knowledge is accumulated and re-usability…

  • Negotiate to win across cultures member content open

    By Ilyas, Muhammad A. B. | Hassan, Mohamed Khalifa Effective executives and managers understand the roll of negotiations in all aspects of business, from beginning to end. In today's global marketplace, managers also must understand the importance…

  • Improve meeting productivity, communication, and outcomes by planning a three - part facilitation strategy member content open

    By Holwegner, Tara Denton | Large, Sherri To deliver a technically sound project, on time and on budget, a project manager must execute the tasks outlined in A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) - Fifth Edition…

  • Total collaborative procurement member content open

    By Hornby, Robin Often, buyers and sellers operate as silos, creating a situation fraught with misunderstandings, poor communication and putting the desired project goal at risk. In an effort to build trust and…

  • My project is failing, it is not my fault member content open

    By Monkhouse, Peter According to the Project Management Institute (PMI) Pulse of the Profession® (2013a) poor communication is the leading reason for project failure, citing poor communications as a contributing factor…

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