In this video Elizabeth Harrin discusses how merging engagement and gamification creates engagification, a methodology to help people take action on projects. Watch the video to listen (about 30 minutes). If you prefer to read, there are closed captions in the video or there’s also a transcript underneath the video. Transcript Hello, everybody. My name…
Do you wish that your project stakeholders were a bit more involved, or that you knew what they were thinking? You can find out – you just have to ask them. One technique I use is to ask project stakeholders (whom I call customers, as they are the customers of the project management process) how…
There are always things that go wrong on projects – sometimes those issues are small; sometimes they are significant. Here are 5 tips to help you deal with project communications during an issue.
Learn how you can work with project sponsors effectively as a project manager in this definitive guide.
Do you run a knowledge community for project managers? These tips will help you boost engagement and increase knowledge sharing in your community.
I recently sat down with the book Stakeholder-led Project Management by Louise M. Worsley and wanted to share my thoughts and take-aways from her book.
Here’s an introduction to project steering groups as part of the governance framework so you can get yours set up and working on your project.
Here are 3 ways you can use stories on your projects to get your message across
The classic stakeholder management tool of the power and influence grid will only get you so far. Find out how to truly engage your stakeholders and make your team ambassadors for your project. By creating a real sense of purpose and a shared vision you’ll get better results and have a higher chance of project success.
Are you wondering how to build a better relationship with your project sponsor? I spoke to the authors of Strategies for Project Sponsorship, a book about how to sponsor projects, and reading it from a project manager’s perspective is a great way to improve how you interact and engage with your project sponsor. Peter Taylor…
Learn about 5 common pitfalls facing project managers, and how you can avoid them tripping you up. Even a tiny mistake on your end could cost the organization a lot of money, or worse still, the entire project, so it’s worth understanding what you can do to stop those issues happening to you.
In this guest article by Nick Nuss, he gives 5 tips on how to lead your manager and navigate your way to success.