It might sound counter-intuitive to link rituals with innovation, but experience shows the two actually go hand-in-hand. Here are Ivan Seselj’s eight suggestions to make it happen in your organisation.
Far too many sponsors, executives and project managers waste time in ineffective steering committee meetings. Dr Lynda Bourne provides advice that could save your project control board thousands of dollars in wasted time.
Every project is primarily a social situation and within each situation are five elements that can be a motivational reward or a threat to an individual. Dr Lynda Bourne says a leader must get the mix right to drive a motivated team.
Good group decision-making involves an open discussion among members, each with their own skills, experience, ideas and information, leading to an informed decision. So why are project teams often so bad at it? asks Pat Weaver.
A sharp focus and dedication to detail are fundamental for a successful career in project management. Here’s how Helen Sabell suggests you head off miscommunication to stop small errors from becoming a large problem down the track.
Chances are your organisation already focuses on ‘stakeholder engagement’ but is using another name for the activity. Dr Lynda Bourne explains the common alternative terms project managers should look out for.
What is the role of narrative and storytelling in reflective practice? How can these skills and tools be used to improve knowledge management across projects? Michael Morrison’s paper discuss the art of storytelling, leadership and more.