In Leading Imperfect Change Martin Webster questioned the need to plan in detail when implementing large-scale change. Indeed he argued that detailed planning doesn’t guarantee success. In this post we look at change in complex systems and suggest that we must choose to lead change in new ways.
In this article we show you how to manage project risk. Risk management is not difficult yet it is often neglected. Project risk is treated a little like writing a will—everyone knows how important it is yet it’s a topic of conversation that’s avoided and subsequently treated inadequately. Maybe this is a result of the project manager concentrating on the mechanical aspects of activities and time in preference to people and risk?
Here’s our take on the top 3 project management skills. Ignore them and you will fail.
Today I give you 4 strategies for dealing with over-commitment.
This week Wally Bock’s Three Star Leadership blog alerted us of an ill-advised and patently wrong article in the Wall Street Journal. How to Be a Better Boss in 2013 is written for self-serving managers who coerce employees, cultivate a culture of dishonesty and undermine trust.
Sometimes people react to difficult situations by being aggressive. So, how do you deal with aggression? What’s the best approach?
Stick with me, and I’ll show you how to deal with aggressive people at work …
Unless you’re fortunate enough to have a secretary or personal assistant you need to learn to organise your work. Getting organised is not difficult. All you need is a little discipline and a system that works for you.