Being a perfectionist is not uncommon and, in many ways, can be driver of success. But sometimes it can throw out your time management. Aim for excellence, not perfection, advises Matthew Franceschini.
As an entry-level book for emotional intelligence, written for general management, a new project manager will find the’ insight’ exercises a good primer, according to Ian Sharpe, who reviews David Walton’s ‘Introducing Emotional Intelligence’.
I want to know how often your project team feels comfortable enough to speak up about something they feel is going wrong, or something they feel you are doing wrong, writes editor Adeline Teoh. Because you could definitely benefit from the feedback.
Project managers, perhaps more than those in other industries, will be affected by the advances in capability of mobile technologies, as traditionally they have never run a project from a stationary desk. Here, Jason Lee outlines a wishlist of mobile device features.
I’ve had the privilege of watching the trend of software development practices change over time addressing ever-evolving technologies and business realities, writes Joel Semeniuk. Here are his 7 predictions for agile.
The debate on whether program managers would make effective senior executives has gained attention in recent years. The team at PM Oracles turn to management guru Peter Drucker to see if program managers might make good C-level executives.