Review: Collaborating Effectively—Harvard Business Review
Collaborating Effectively by Harvard Business Review is a collection of nine inspiring articles filled with ideas and best practices to help organisations engage and collaborate effectively.
Working with virtual project teams
It has become almost impossible to pick up a newspaper or business magazine and not see a reference to the so-called skills shortage. The war for talent, the void to be created by the retirement of baby boomers, and the falling quality of university graduates have occupied both academics and politicians alike.
High on the list of occupations in shortage are engineers, IT professionals, planners, cost controllers, estimators, programmers and business analysts among other team member roles required to deliver projects.
Building sustainable relationships in project teams
Project management has many facets, parts of which are the processes and standards; however without the people in the team and the wider organisation, a project will never be delivered. Project teams are a microcosm of the organisation bringing with it the challenges of multiple cultures, possibly from different parts of the world and certainly […]
Creating a culture of passion in the workplace
Sometimes, asking people to keep the spring in their step and to come to work full of energy and ideas seems like a tall order. However, there are practical things employers can do to keep their team engaged. Plan for success from top to bottom Work well with your colleagues if you want your team […]