3 Criteria for Successful Feedback in Your UI

Feedback must be FUN. Without FUN, you might as well not have any feedback at all. About two weeks ago, a group of five adults, all highly intelligent, well-educated people with years of experience in working with software were completely baffled by a user interface. I know because I was one of those people. We were […]
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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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Five Steps for Creating a Steady Project Leadership Persona

You’re up one day and down the next. No problem—the people who work for you can just go with the flow, right? “Wrong,” says Karen Wright, whose company, Parachute Executive Coaching (www.parachuteexecutivecoaching.com). Wright, the author of The Complete Executive: The 10-Step System for Great Leadership Performance (Bibliomotion, 2012), offers these five tips on creating a steady […]
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Five Ways to Leverage FeedForward for Project Leadership Success

I was on a consulting team recently where we used something different to improve project performance. Our goal was to improve the power of feedback by doing the following: providing team members with information on how they are doing, letting them know if their performance is in line with what is expected, and helping them […]
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