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    Breakthrough thinking member content open

    By Mulvanity, Electa W. Creativity cannot be coerced but it certainly can be encouraged. This session will introduce leading theories of the creative process, and will present a practical 10-step program to help project…

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    In your own backyard member content open

    By Hardey, Scott There are many "sticks" driving virtual teaming and matrix organization structures, but this paper discusses some of the "carrots" or rewards. Two global companies, both industry leaders, found that…

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    The reality of virtual management member content open

    By Bigelow, Deborah The millennium, with all its technological advancements, has unveiled a new management approach - virtual management. After five years of building and managing a virtual organization with virtual…

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    Project management challenges of web design teams member content open

    By Secrest, Amy A. | Dittman, Kevin C. Project managers face many challenges in their field. None of those challenges quite compare to the challenge of managing a Web design team. Within the Web team there are creative individuals who…

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    Creating at warp speed member content open

    By Legare, Martha | Eckman, Ron This paper explores exciting lessons learned by an international virtual project team in developing and implementing a creative, rapid planning and response communications project. We experimented…

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    Are we having fun yet? member content open

    By Petry, Patti Often, top management tells us to work hard, to make our goals, to reach those numbers, and to have fun. What exactly does this mean? The project manager needs to understand how his or her team…

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    Leveraging models and techniques from other disciplines to energize the project team member content open

    By Boehme, Fran Have you ever had to train your project team on a new concept or software program? Wouldn't it be great to review a quick list for ideas on how to help the team learn? If you answered yes to either…

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    A team building approach to organizational change member content open

    By Zervigón, Carlos R. | Saia, John P. A unique approach at achieving empowered project teams in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans district. The approach initiated team building with the executive team, which achieved…

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    Matching people, projects, processes, and organizations member content open

    By Crawford, Lynn | Hobbs, J. Brian | Turner, J. Rodney Effective project management requires sensitive matching of people, projects, processes and organizations. Such matching requires recognition and classification of the differences between these four…

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    Solving people problems member content open

    By Flannes, Steven W. | Flannes, Steven | Levin, Ginger When everything else is said and done, your biggest challenge as a project manager is dealing successfully with people. People problems can be messy, uncomfortable, and nasty, but there are methods…

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