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Change systems are the new norm

These change systems could be seen as a journey, in which one begins at the origin and directs the steps towards a destination, considering that success has been achieved when the objectives established in a given time have been achieved. Read more here…

5 Pre-Vacation Stress-Busting Tips for Project Managers

So how can you get a proper break without your project falling apart without you? Here are 5 stress-busting tips for before your vacation so you can go away and enjoy yourself with confidence. Read more…

PM in Practice 4. The Pentagon: How excellence does not prevent waste

The Pentagon is not only the symbol of the most powerful military power in the world, but the supreme governing body of the American military: the public organization that has contributed the most to the consolidation of project management as a discipline. Read more…

Notes on project leadership in remote teams

Project managers and PMO officers muster a highly technical skill set. However, the soft skills in which they need to be well-versed in order to be recognized as leaders have become one of the toughest areas of excellence for any project-based organization. Read more…

The influence model

Some studies indicate that approximately 70% of attempted company change or transformation end in failure. This is not surprising, because human beings, by nature, are conformist and tend to be resistant to change. Read more in this article…

Myths and Mistakes in change management

Many technology initiatives designed to bring about change within organizations do not work properly when you compare the performance obtained with the performance expected…

How to manage multiproject organizations

Guest blogger Albert Garriga discusses two methods to manage multiproject organizations based on two well-known project management methodologies: Critical Chain and Earned Value.

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