6 ways to take charge as a project manager
Many employees work hard at their allotted roles, getting lost in the minutiae of their assigned tasks without getting a real feel for how they are contributing to their projects as a whole. Doreen Brown explains how a project manager can change things.
4 key skills of a project manager
It is a given and a prerequisite that project managers must possess certain skills and qualities before they are given the responsibility of managing projects. According to Rajiv Mathur, here are four they need to call upon in the midst of a project.
Finding opportunities from outside a project
Often those of us involved in a project are simply too close to daily issues to see the potential for real value-adding innovations and opportunities, writes Roger La Salle. Here’s how to find inspiration from outside a project.
A beginner’s guide to virtual project management
Managing a project remotely can seem like an intimidating and overwhelming task, but it doesn’t have to be. Virtual project management can result in lower business costs, access to a wider pool of talent, and increased flexibility for everyone involved, writes Megan Webb-Morgan.
Creating buy-in to develop innovation
In many organisations there are people that simply object to everything and resist change at every turn so how can we best implement innovation or value adding changes? Innovation expert Roger La Salle provides some advice on how to create buy-in in resistant environments.