One of the best ways project managers can remain viable is to understand the trends that are headed their way, so they can best develop key skills.
More CEOs are looking for a critical skill that can deliver a better bottom line: emotional intelligence.
Technology advocates often have terrific ideas that will enhance the productivity of the organization, but their delivery often leaves something to be desired. Here’s our advice for getting your voice heard in an effective way.
Author and human dynamics expert Halley Bock says that “Rejection is a beacon illuminating a new path or a rumble meant to test your internal drive.”
A look back at some of our best advice on managing teams and projects from 2016.
It’s difficult to predict exactly when change will come, or how often. The best way to prepare, then, is to build a team that can adapt quickly to whatever comes along.
Research shows that emotional intelligence (EQ) can lead to better outcomes than a person’s IQ.
Chris Bailey, author of the new book The Productivity Project, completed several personal productivity experiments. Highlights of ones that worked well, and those that didn’t.
Project Managers: Do your team members feel this way about you? How can you encourage some more respect?
Have you ever had a change initiative go horribly wrong? If you’re guilty of one of these, you might have found your reason.