• Team Productivity – Stories of the Week

    Ways to be productive at work after vacation; how political talk at work is impacting team productivity this election year; and how to spend less time in meetings.

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    The Project Management Institute recently commented that organizations are, in increasing numbers, seeing added value from appointing chief project officers.

  • Team Productivity – Stories of the Week

    A recent study shows the affects of “helping others at work;” the true value of writing to-do lists; and how mood affects time management.

  • Race to the Top: Traits that Propel and Derail Senior Leaders

    DDI’s new global leadership study of 15,000 executives in 18 countries explores the DNA of leadership and can help you predict leader success in your own organization.

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  • Team Productivity – What You Need to Know This Week

    How you take a work break can make a huge difference; a trick to help you stay focused in an open office from The Muse; and meeting hacks from successful billionaires and leaders.

  • How to Create Trust Among Cross-Functional Teams

    Establishing trust among members of cross-functional teams is critical – but often very difficult to achieve.

  • Team Productivity – What You Need to Know This Week

    How do you stay motivated when everyone else in on vacation; how managers and employees differ on the amount of distractions in the office; and how to stop working on the wrong tasks each day.

  • Best Practices and Challenges for 21st Century Project Management

    Assessment of the practice of project management and whether it’s truly valuable to the modern organization, and if so, to identify the activities that provide the discipline’s greatest chance of success.

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  • Team Productivity – What You Need to Know This Week

    Is keeping work and life separate more trouble than it’s worth? Do Millennials want peace and quiet, or foosball and office snacks? And how do you cut down on the email back and forth?

  • Build a Team that Could Compete at the Olympics of Business

    8 strategies to create Olympic-level teams, with insight from Andrew Neitlich, founder of the Center for Executive Coaching.