• Build a Team that Could Compete at the Olympics of Business

    8 strategies to create Olympic-level teams, with insight from Andrew Neitlich, founder of the Center for Executive Coaching.

  • Telepresence: Boon for the Virtual Digital Workplace and Bane for…

    Do the current telepresence robots live up to the hype to improve remote employee engagement, and are they a nightmare for IT staff to manage and secure?

  • Is Coffee Really Toxic to Workplace Productivity?

    Observer writer Isaac Morehouse made a provocative proposition: grabbing coffee with colleagues or partners “just to chat” is killing our productivity.

  • 10 Ways NOT to Do Change Management

    Have you ever had a change initiative go horribly wrong? If you’re guilty of one of these, you might have found your reason.

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  • Can Machines Deep Learn Project Management?

    In the near future, will a computer’s algorithms be able to do the project manager’s job as well as you can?

  • Following the Money: New Salary Trends for Project Managers

    PMI’s 2015 Earning Power survey reveals that current project management compensation varies widely.

  • Swarming: The Next Big Thing in Agile or Buzz Kill?

    Gartner has predicted that the swarm will be the future of teams, but what are the advantages and disadvantages of such an arrangement?

  • How to Push a Project Forward When You Don’t Have Formal…

    You’re charged with getting a project completed that’s going to rely on people who you don’t have real

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  • The “Smart Creative” – Creating a Culture of…

    Innovative companies, it turns out, are mostly built by one type of employee. Google exec Eric Schmidt is

  • The 5 People You Definitely Don’t Want On Your Team

    Having a team with diverse personalities is a good thing; different types of people will bring different perspectives