Recognizing and Addressing Project Team Conflicts

Working in teams requires you to manage and address conflicts. It is essential that project managers recognize the two basic types of conflict: emotional and cognitive. Emotional conflict stems from personal interactions, while cognitive conflicts are based upon disagreements on matters of substantive value or impact on the project or organization. Resolution of cognitive conflict […]
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Preparing To Present Your Business Case – Part 2 of 3

One of the challenges with getting approval for a business case is presenting it well. Never underestimate the power of a poor presentation. There are several things you should consider when making a presentation: Who is your audience? Is your audience prepared for your message? Do you speak the same language? In my last blog […]
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Teaching as Part of Effective Project Communications

Teaching is closely related to communicating with your project stakeholders. As a project manager or business analyst, you may find yourself operating in a teaching mode as you communicate project issues and requirements to your stakeholders, making sure that they are understood and agreed upon. Many times, you will find yourself facilitating the learning experiences […]
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How Much Time Are We Wasting on Our Projects?

How many times do we find ourselves running out of time to successfully complete a project?  This can happen for our home-improvement projects as well as for larger projects we are involved with at work, such as building and deploying a new software system. Many times folks have asked me how we might get more […]
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Hey, Program Managers! Have a Look at Managing Successful Programmes (MSP®)

I am impressed by the number of folks who have qualified for and passed the PgMP certification offered by PMI.  Experienced program managers looking for a great companion certification should take a closer look at the set of three Managing Successful Programmes (MSP) certification exams: foundation, practitioner and advanced.  Just as PRINCE2®  is a roadmap for project […]
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