By Bob McGannon | Monday, January 19, 2015
When you work on a team, it’s inevitable that debates will surface.
Here are a few tips for managing these “passionate” discussions—to ensure they remain positive:
By Bob McGannon | Saturday, January 10, 2015
Earlier this week, we offered tips for setting up a workspace at home, and establishing routines as a remote worker. This article focuses on off-site team members from another perspective: Managing remote employees.
Managing people who work at home, in other office locations, or even in other countries is a reality many leaders face these days. It comes with some challenges, certainly—but when location isn’t a factor, you also have the opportunity to tap into the greatest mix of available skills to pull off your project objectives.
To help you be an effective manager with a far-flung team, here are five tips critical to your success.
By Bob McGannon | Monday, December 1, 2014
It happens too often: A project budget get slashed. In our current economic climate, even short-term costs are scrutinized and sometimes cut by management.
To help you cope, here are 10 tips to help project managers handle cuts to your project budget.
By Bob McGannon | Monday, November 10, 2014
Project management is often called the “accidental profession.” It goes like this: You’ve demonstrated good organizational and communication skills, and management has recognized this. So they suddenly bestow a new title upon you: Project Manager!
Don’t panic. Here are seven tips to help you through your surprise assignment as a project manager.
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