Project Management Insights provide Project Managers with tips and ideas on how to be better leaders. You will also find lots of useful guidance on strengthening your relationships within and around your whole project, not only with your team but also with your key stakeholders. Episodes will be published weekly.
2 Hours Of a Project Managers Time
Let's explore only two hours of a Project Managers time to see just how many assumptions and expectations they have, during that time period.
This is the reason you feel so angry, frustrated and fed up with managing projects and something that I am hoping you will learn to notice and change in order to find an easier place to work and manage our projects.
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4 Reasons Why You Need a Meeting Agenda
We often see meeting agenda's as a waste of time. Here are four reasons why one is valuable and it's not for the reasons that you probably think.
Let me know which reason you will find most valuable for you.
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Ways To Keep a Key Resource On Your Project
We don't acknowledge and appreciate our key resources enough, in my opinion. We only appreciate them when they are gone, or not they're working on our project any more. Let's explore ways to work so that we can mitigate what happens when/if our key resource moves on or leaves the project.
4 Keys To a Successful Project Kickoff Meeting
Firstly I want to ask you if you currently run a Project Kickoff Meeting? If you don't then here are the reasons why it's valuable to do so. If you do, then fantastic, here are four ways to make sure that your kickoff meetings are as successful as you want your project to be.
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A Project Is A Business Risk
Have you considered that undertaking ANY project is a big risk to the project and therefore what you do, as a Project Manager, is business risk mitigation? I'm guessing not. Yet it is very important that you think about your project that way and do what is necessary to mitigate the risk and deliver successful outcomes for the business.
Do You Have the Right Amount Of Conflict On Your Project?
Did you know there is a 'right' amount of conflict to have on a team to make it work effectively? Too much and it doesn't work. Too little and there's no team cohesion either. Let's talk about what is the right amount and the impact of that.
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