Leaders have always been thought of as a kind of superhero, ready to leap into action and save the day whenever danger strikes. They're strong, bold, confident, fearless, and they have all the answers to all the tough questions.   These types of leaders served us well in the past when change and…
What does it mean to be an Adaptive Project Manager? This whitepaper explores that question through the lens of the Project Management Institute’s Guide to the Project Management Book of Knowledge, Seventh Edition (PMBOK7).    Click here to download the guide.
   In order to survive and thrive in today’s volatile and unpredictable market conditions, many progressive businesses are turning traditional ways of organising people and work on their head. In the most profound revolution of managerial thought in 200 years, concepts that were until recently…
   Design sprints are often confused for a brainstorming session where teams try to problem-solve as a group by throwing ideas around. But this is not the case. A design sprint is far more effective than traditional brainstorming. It brings more expertise to bear on the problem, including business…
Agile methods all have a strong emphasis on communication and collaboration rather than documentation and process, and the agile project manager must be able to effectively lead the project team in this environment.   Click here to download the guide.    
Agile is all about individuals and interactions over processes and tools, as well as customer negotiation over contracts – yet time and again we fall into major pitfalls when it comes to communication in our agile practices.   Click here to download the guide.    

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