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  • The six essential skills that define project, program and portfolio leaders member content open

    By Czarnecki, Joseph R. You're a Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification holder with some experience under your belt. Maybe you have led a major project and applied some leadership skills to your assignments.…

  • Project Manager member content open

    By Mauro de Queiroz, Luiz Gustavo | Lopez Rego, Marcos | Irigaray, Helio Arthur Reis Given the increasing structuring of permanent organizations within temporary organizations, here represented as projects, there is a proportional demand for qualified professionals to conduct this…

  • Don't get lynched member content open

    By Merla, Eddie Your success as a project manager is dependent on many factors, including both hard and soft skills. You can be successful as an indispensable "linchpin" project manager by enhancing your creativity…

  • The significant role of the project manager in establishing and maintaining team morale member content open

    By Dye, Lowell D. The term "morale" is used to describe the overall feeling in a work center or project team. It is most often thought of as a set of work environment attributes, as perceived directly or indirectly…

  • Project management tools and techniques that work! A baker's dozen member content open

    By Baker, Ernest Because every project involves--among other distinctions--different sets of requirements and different groups of stakeholders, project managers need to adopt and develop approaches that best enable…

  • Sixth sense intuition member content open

    By Roeder, Tres Those who are new to the discipline of project management often rely too heavily on adopting and adapting defined processes and frameworks. As project managers mature and learn how to confront…

  • An interactive, adaptive, expert-based, e-learning tool for project management education member content open

    By Emiris, Dimitrios M. | Kontostavlakis, Dionisios Because the information sources on project management involve an array of formats, the discipline's educators must employ innovative techniques to appropriately educate the field's current and…

  • Project field studies member content open

    By Watt, Chivonne Self-directed learning (SDL) a an effective way to gain the knowledge needed to perform a challenging role. This paper examines how SDL methods (internships, mentorships, problem-based learning…

  • The sandwich generation member content open

    By Gilbert, Jonathan Because changes are occurring continually in the business environment, organizations need to effectively empower middle managers--the linchpin between executive and employees--with the authority to…

  • Putting "people" at the center of project management member content open

    By Cooke-Davies, Terry | Patton, Scott E. Only during the past decade have project professionals shifted their focus from the technical aspects of managing projects to the leadership competencies required to manage project teams. This paper…

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