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  • PM Network

    Pick up the Pace member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate David Barbieri, PMP, knows how to put the pedal to the metal. When he was given 12 months to complete a construction project that would normally take 24, he didn't roll up his sleeves and start…

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    Demystifying Leadership member content open

    By Sadek, Amr What is leadership, exactly? It can feel like a mysterious mixture of interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, knowledge, experience, charm and charisma. But leadership is a skill -- one that…

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    Vent session member content open

    Whether it's last-minute change requests or oblivious stakeholders, recurring problems can push project managers to the edge. We asked practitioners: What's your biggest project pet peeve?

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    Respect from the start member content open

    By Scott, Lindsay Project professional Lindsay Scott fields questions concerning developing a strong reputation, switching sectors, and when to train in agile.

  • Enhance Influence and Results member content open

    By Bristol, Phil Why do some people succeed and others fail? Most people think grit is purely about basic tenacity and persistence. There is a notion that some people get ahead because they are simply gifted, or…

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    Stop the turnover member content open

    By Alkhatib, Sam Millennials, those born between the early 1980s and mid- 1990s, are noted for their high job turnover in many parts of the world. In Australia, for example, employees between the ages of 25 and 35…

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    Upper echelons and executive profiles in the construction value chain member content locked

    By Abatecola, Gianpaolo | Cristofaro, Matteo Which executive profiles currently govern the construction value chain? Addressing this lively research question is the key point of our article and it appears central to scholars, practitioners,…

  • How the U. S. defense department trains its top project managers member content open

    By Gadeken, Owen C. For more than 40 years, the Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) has been training project managers for the U.S. Department of Defense. The course has changed dramatically since then, with…

  • Delegation member content open

    By Cooper, Tom Delegating work and letting go can often be the most difficult task for managers. Yet, successfully delegating tasks frees up a manager to fully devote the time and attention required of larger…

  • Leadership and team dynamics in the new millennium member content open

    By Raghupathy, Shobhna There is a pronounced shift in the demands confronting organizational leadership, and these changes are a reflection of shifts in the global marketplace. With globalization, companies need to…

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