When you can’t get everyone together, there will be difficulties, especially when you have team members in different time zones, who speak different languages. Layla Fenston offers four tips to minimise the problems.
Threats emerge and opportunities are missed when the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing. Editor Adeline Teoh explains how project managers can bridge silos, support better risk management and assist innovation.
Like any culture change process we need to understand roles and responsibilities, who should ‘own’ the business ethics process and who should communicate the agreed processes. Elissa Farrow on using change tactics to embed ethics.
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.
The most common cause of ineffectiveness in lean projects comes from the inability or unwillingness to learn from past experiments. Zach Nies outlines six common mistakes of lean practitioners and how you can avoid them.
Leaders build a strategic vision, mobilise an organisation to execute that vision, and guide an organisation through and around implementation challenges. Dr Tom Rose explains how engagement and accountability complements a high-performing team.