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  • PM Network

    Mind the cultural gap

    By Somani, Sheilina As project managers working in a diverse and dynamic world, we have to remain aware of opportunities to evolve our approaches and behaviors. Flexibility is especially important when working on…

  • PM Network

    Fast fusion

    By Medvedovsky, Betsy The world isn't getting smaller but it sure feels like it is. More global organizations, virtual teams and team-member relocation leads to increasingly diverse teams. This article discusses how…

  • PM Network

    Bridging the Great Divide

    By Fister Gale, Sarah It's a new age as project veterans meet up with a flood of young people, who often have different attitudes about the way to communicate, collaborate, and handle tasks. This article discusses how…

  • PM Network

    Redrawing borders

    By Somani, Sheilina Today's projects increasingly involve globally located stakeholders. To manage such efforts, project managers must develop the skills needed to work with culturally diverse teams. This articles…

  • PM Network

    Abroad spectrum

    By Silver, Deborah Managing projects in today's business world demands much of project managers. And one of the great challenges is leading teams composed of individuals from different cultures. To succeed in working…

  • Leadership in Project Management (PM Network)

    The Borderless Leader

    By Wheatley, Malcolm Globetrotting is becoming business as usual for today's project professionals and their respective teams. For some time now, corporate executives have been exposed to cultures around the world and…

  • PM Network

    It's a small world

    By Jedd, Marcia To successfully manage projects in today's seemingly borderless global business environment, project managers must possess a refined sensitivity to--and expansive awareness of--the ways in which…

  • PM Network

    Cross-cultural collaboration

    By Hildebrand, Carol As more organizations expand their operations and relationships to compete globally, as they strive to obtain opportunities for work in countries much different than their own or outsource their…

  • PM Network

    What did you say?

    By Kroll, Karen M When managing multi-cultured project teams, project managers must establish a common process for communicating and interacting to ensure that key information is conveyed and reported in a way that…

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    Global nomads

    By Somani, Sheilina While traveling globally to manage multinational projects offers project managers new opportunities that are both challenging and thrilling, the responsibility of managing multinational teams--and…

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