Effective adaptation starts personally. It starts with being willing to consider and explore what you have, how you approach things and whether they are working. It means testing the values and assumptions that have led you to adopt the practices you use, and to evaluate whether they still hold true.
One of the possible reasons for so many ruminations on leadership is that we have arrived at the same place with leadership as we have with so many other topics: good leadership depends.
Your project isn’t going to stand out because of the quality of your project charter or the comprehensiveness of your risk assessment. If you want people to care, you have to show them why they should.
For project managers working to help their teams deal with social distancing, the idea of returning to the workplace can seem daunting. Here are some strategies to help manage the process of re-entry (when it happens) and continued distance working (where it continues).
For most organizations, sometime around mid-March of this year, normal work stopped. Whatever the plan said was supposed to be done probably has very little to do with what has actually been done. When a crisis hits, follow these practical and time-tested strategies to get back on track.
While uncertainty is incredibly uncomfortable, it is possible to manage through it. Personally, collaboratively and organizationally, there are strategies that we can employ to recognize, assess and navigate the challenges around us.