What a Game Show Can Teach Us About Answering Questions

I have had a lot of exposure to questions and answers, writing exams for professionals and university students. I’ve applied for grants and evaluated grant proposals. I’ve applied for awards and evaluated award proposals. I’ve been a subject matter expert and interviewed subject matter experts. I also routinely answer questions as a speaker and when […]
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Four Essential Criteria for a Project Manager’s Communication Plan

Of course, communicating with stakeholders is important in managing projects – and the statistics prove it. But it’s not really the communication you do that matters. It’s what you get back from the stakeholders that makes the difference. Statistics can, of course, lie…but the number of statistics that show a co-relation between communication and project […]
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Two Steps to Gaining Influence by Understanding the Other Person’s Problems

Peter learns an important lesson from (of all people) a sales rep: The first two steps in influencing people you have no authority over. Back when I had a job (I’m an independent consultant now), I was the head of an IT department for a large, multi-national heavy equipment manufacturer. In my last year on the […]
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