Category Archives: Project Team Management

6 Signs Your Project is Headed for Trouble!

“I have a bad feeling about my project,” stated a young, high-tech Project Manager on a call last week. It seemed that all the project indicators were positive: the project plan was on schedule, expenses were within budget, the issues … Continue reading

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The Secret to Low Maintenance Project Teams: TEAM RULES!

The worst part of being a Project Manager is that sometimes you have to act like a high school principal. You remember your high school principal, the one who walked the hallways scanning for problems, looking stern, official, and a … Continue reading

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8 Reasons They Want to be on Your Project Team

There’s a bit of mysticism in how project teams come together. The process of assigning people to a project is usually, well…not a process. Project Managers negotiate with Line Managers to get the people they want on their teams. Line … Continue reading

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Help…my project is a disaster!

The call usually comes on Monday morning just past 9 am. Young project managers tend to take the preceding weekend to work through their options. They spend two troubled days at home, snapping at their families, unable to relax, enjoy, … Continue reading

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How to Lead a Global Project Team

Jane is an ambitious, motivated, and talented project manager with a proven track record of success driving regional projects. She has just been put in charge of a global product development project. Her company is looking to leap over the … Continue reading

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