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    Power and politics in project management

    By Yourker, Robert Power (and politics) is probably the most important topic in project management but at the same time one of the least discussed subjects. Power, in the engineering sense, is defined as the ability…

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    Human side of project management

    By Simonds, John | Winch, Margaret In today's rapidly changing world, the demands put upon project managers are increasingly complex. In addition to being technically knowledgeable and competent, they need the ability to deal with…

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    Diving deeper into conflict management

    By Dinsmore, Paul C. Although many project conflicts seemingly emerge from such factors as requirements for scheduling, costs, and performance, most are actually caused by factors indirectly related to project…

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    Up & down the organization

    By Dinsmore, Paul C. There are good and bad things to say about applying participative management on projects. While supporters praise the benefits, there are those who claim the risks don't justify making the…

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    Up & down the organization

    By Dinsmore, Paul C. In project work, where authority and responsibility don't always ride side by side, the lack of formal authority over project stakeholders and other players, calls for managers to use influence to…

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    Top management's expectations

    By Isgrig, Elvin D. In every stage of a career, keeping one's boss happy is generally recognized as a significant contributor towards success. Today's top managers, in many industries and businesses, are looking…

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