• 5 Reasons Why People Hate Project Managers

    Project Managers: Do your team members feel this way about you? How can you encourage some more respect?

  • 4 Lessons in Business Agility I Learned in the U.S. Air Force…

    Business agility can mean life or death of an operation. Here are a few suggestions to keep your company or department agile, courtesy of the U.S. Air Force.

  • Selecting the Right Goal Setting Protocol for Your Team (Part II)

    A look at Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), as well as the modern business hurdles none of the current goal-setting approaches seem to be able to solve.

  • How to Stand Out in a Sea of Great Project Managers

    Four questions project managers should consider to help themselves stand out.

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  • The Two Sides of IT Collaboration

    Six positive collaboration trends PGi’s John Perkins shared at the Gartner Catalyst Conference in San Diego and a look at the common pitfalls to avoid.

  • Why Customer Experience is Literally Everything

    An interview with Brian Solis, principal analyst at the Altimeter Group, on the importance of a holistic view of customer experience.

  • How New Pay Controversies Impact Business Productivity

    The world of compensation is changing – with far reaching consequences. A look at two recent decisions that may effect business productivity.

  • Managers: Neuroscience Research Suggests Loosening Your Reins

    Historically, managers have controlled employees rather than connecting with them. The author of “Mindful Management” explains how this approach has had a negative impact on what motivates people to work productively.

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  • MBO versus S.M.A.R.T. vs KPI? What’s Your Goal Setting Protocol…

    Highlights three of the most common goal-setting methodologies present in organizations today and the pros and cons of each.

  • How to Sustain Enthusiasm for a Long-Term Project

    How engineers on the New Horizons project (Pluto) kept their team’s excitement about a project where there was no immediate payoff for 14 years.