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    Personal Sway

    By Smits, Karen For me, the best part of December is watching families interact while they shop or prepare for seasonal gatherings. When I observe how things get done among families and friends, it only takes a few…

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    Human Nature

    By Grgurich, Hayley At a time when creative problem solving can make or break a business, design thinking is fast moving beyond the fringe and squarely into the mainstream. By focusing on the people for which projects…

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    Strategic Kick-Start

    PM Network queries the project management community on ensuring team members have a firm grasp on strategic alignment and key objectives at kickoff.

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    Get to the Root of the Problem

    By Smits, Karen Design thinking is all the rage in the business world. An iterative problem-solving approach for designing products and services, it focuses on end-user needs and challenging assumptions. But oddly,…

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    What Fuels Teamwork?

    By Smits, Karen Collaboration is not just a buzzword. It lies at the very center of projects and, therefore, project management. When the project environment is focused on collaboration, team members feel they…

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    Positive Reinforcement

    PM Network queries the project management community about rewarding team members for managing difficult tasks or completing projects.

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    Personal Power

    By González, Javier Augusto It's the first day in your new project management job. You're full of hope and anticipation, but you're also woefully short on institutional knowledge and control over the organization's procedures.…

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    The Next Evolution

    By Bucero, Alfonso Millennials and Generation Z, those born since the early 1980s, are bringing fresh perspectives to projects—leveraging technological advancements and drawing heightened focus to economic, ecological…

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    Pushover No More

    By Hurt, Karin Many project managers have allowed their teams to slide—choosing to be liked at the expense of achieving results. Once you've gained a reputation for letting slackers slide, it can be tricky to get…

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    Custom Connections

    By Bishel, Ashley Tight deadlines and new teams. The combination can seem like oil and water to project managers tasked with getting a project started—and swiftly—while trying to seed team cohesion and engagement.…

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