Category Archives: Leadership

Project Management Leadership

Dealing with “The Date Announcer.”

It can be quite challenging when you’re working with an executive who announces deadlines without prior consultation, particularly when the deadlines seem unfeasible. We may not always have the power to change this behavior, and it’s a situation I’ve encountered myself in the past. For instance, at big conferences such as those held by Apple, […]

Boosting Morale and Productivity with Gaming in the Remote Workspace

Filed under Communication, Leadership | Posted by MMeloni

In today’s fast-paced working environment, we understand the importance of respecting people’s time. We’re aware that your workday doesn’t need to be interrupted by frivolous games or unnecessary distractions. However, we also recognize the importance of team building and creating a sense of community, especially in a digital workspace. Thus, we propose the idea of […]

The Cost of Misrepresentation: Lessons Learned from a Project Manager’s Lack of Self-Awareness

Filed under Leadership, Lessons Learned | Posted by MMeloni

Picture this: a project manager walks into a room to facilitate his first meeting with a new team. After 90 minutes, the meeting ends, but the aftermath is less than desirable. The director of the project office is worried about another bad hire, the technical lead is disappointed in the project manager’s lack of organizational […]