Category Archives: Leadership

Project Management Leadership

The Do’s and Don’ts of Working Remotely

Welcome to the remote workforce. This is truly the new way to work with over 50% of the workforce expected to work remotely in the near future. Whether you’re a solo freelancer, a member of a corporate remote team, or a manager who wants their telecommuting employees to achieve their full potential, here are the crucial do’s and don’ts of the modern remote work or telecommuting landscape.

Do YOU Recognize YOUR Team?

Filed under Communication, Leadership | Posted by PMStudent

Mary Carol had not only missed an opportunity to strengthen a bond with a team member, she had weakened that bond. She could tell that Sal was disappointed. After all, he had taken the time to know who she was. Did she think that because she was the boss, she did not have to know her team? Did she think that because they worked across the globe that she did not have to get to know them?

Project Management Intuition

Filed under Leadership, Productivity | Posted by PMStudent

What is project management intuition? It’s those thoughts you develop that are not necessarily logical. These are thoughts which should be heeded. Some people might call this their gut instincts. Let’s take a look at an example: There was a project I managed where the organization was a balanced matrix. Of course you remember that […]