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Your company has decided to merge departments, each with multiple teams and different processes, competing products, or dissimilar cultures.
Your ability to map and solve complicated, multi-faceted problems is why they pay you the Big Bucks. But you needn’t lie awake at night chewing on the grisly issues.
Recently, The Fast Track blog released our “Top 14 Project Managers to Follow on Twitter” list.
Since I work at home and collaborate on projects with individuals all over the world, I participate in at least two conference calls a week. It has become such a routine that I don’t even think about it. But maybe …
Team leaders, heed this warning: good upfront communication is critically important to successfully integrating a new employee into your team.
Human beings have a variety of personality types and different work styles, which makes it impossible to get along with all of our team members all of the time.
In every talk I give at a corporation or conference on intergenerational communication, someone raises their hand and says that people of different generations don’t vary in their styles and that it’s all in my head. If you’re tempted to …
The scene from the recess playground is burned in my brain. The captains are choosing teams for dodgeball, and my friends and I are standing in a line, nervously shifting from one foot to the other. No one wants to …
It happens in every organization. Two leaders of two different teams just can’t get along. It’s wreaking havoc among the other teams. Things are just a mess. As the program manager, you’ve been asked to fix the situation.