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  • Project Management Journal

    Senior Project Leadership Skills and Career Stallers member content locked

    By Floris, Maurizio | Wiblen, Sharna L. | Anichenko, Ekaterina We know little about which leadership skills matter most and according to whom in the career progression of project leaders. This research suggests that high- performing senior project leader talent…

  • PM Network

    Vital Signs member content locked

    Transforming horizon-focused strategic visions into here-and-now reality can't happen in a vacuum. Instead, project leaders must cultivate a deep understanding of the business, technological,…

  • PM Network

    Erasing Boundaries member content locked

    By Khelifi, Yasmina As more projects have a global scope and scale, it's increasingly common for project professionals to manage stakeholders around the world, juggling time zones, technologies, languages and other…

  • PM Network

    Keeping the Flame member content locked

    By D'Agosta, Tessa Misery loves company. And there appears to be plenty to go around: One-third of employees feel undervalued, according to a 2019 TINYpulse survey. So it's all but inevitable that project managers…

  • PM Network

    Focus Group member content locked

    PM Network queried the community on best practices for managing meetings.

  • Project Management Journal

    How Cooperation Reinforces Conflict over Time member content locked

    By Schweiger, Sylvia | Konlechner, Stefan W. | Güttel, Wolfgang H. Managing projects raises multiple tensions such as the need to balance cooperativeness and assertiveness. By adopting a process perspective, we analyze why a project group consisting of three…

  • PM Network

    Guiding Force registered user content locked

    PM Network queries the project management community about building leadership skills and maintaining a responsive team environment.

  • PM Network

    A Wide Net registered user content locked

    Inclusion is a never-ending process, not a project with a defined start and stop date. However, projects can be used to help organizations make progress in their journey toward inclusion, and…

  • PM Network

    Stay in Your Lane registered user content locked

    By Richardson, Derrick A. As a project manager, it's tempting to want to solve every problem in front of you. But that's not realistic—and often detrimental in an environment where roles are clearly defined. Overstepping job…

  • Project Management Journal

    A Discursive Sensemaking Perspective on Project-Based Work in Public Healthcare member content locked

    By Lunkka, Nina | Pietiläinen, Ville | Suhonen, Marjo This study investigates project participants' sensemaking of lived work experiences during periods of organizational change within Finnish public healthcare. It introduces a discursive sensemaking…

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