Michelle LaBrosse (PMP) is one of the Project Management Institute's (PMI) 25 Most Influential Women in Project Management in the World and the founder of Cheetah Learning, a former PMI Professional Development Provider of the Year. She boasts a background in engineering and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School’s Owner President Managers (OPM) program, as well as a prolific writer and educator, having authored Cheetah Negotiations, Cheetah Project Management, Cheetah Know How and Cheetah Exam Prep as well as numerous articles in publications worldwide.
The standard work week is five days, so the work environment is a big part of many people’s lives. Michelle LaBrosse suggests that defining your ideal work environment can help you to be productive and successful.
What comes to mind when you think of ‘return on investment’ (ROI)? For most of us, our mind probably jumps to calculations of costs and revenues. Michelle LaBrosse wants to encourage you to expand your thinking about ROI.
Interpersonal relationships—between co-workers, supervisors, and stakeholders—play a role in every project. Michelle La Brosse explains how the simple act of having lunch together can build valuable social capital.
In an era of large-scale layoffs and job precariousness, it may feel as though there’s nothing you can do to secure your position besides sit back and hope for the best. Michelle LaBrosse begs to differ.