PMI-Montréal project management blog
On a project management forum I frequent, someone asked whether or not it was rude to use digital devices during meetings. Some responses were flat out rejections of using digital devices. Other responses were accepting of using technology while others are speaking. Pers[...]
In a world fueled by change, project practitioners — the people who truly understand it — should be revered, said author Jon Duschinsky, a keynote speaker on the third day of PMI ® Global Congress 2014 — EMEA. "And yet you're not," he said. "A project manager isn't respected wi[...]
For project managers out of work or just looking to change gigs, the recession and job cutbacks have made the competition tough. John Thorpe, managing director of Arras People, a project management recruiting firm in London, England, offers some tips for landing your dream job.[...]
I heard it over and over again: "Not you! No way. It can't happen to you! Impossible!" It was a nice thought, but the fact of the matter was that it was happening, and it was happening to me. To read more, click to be redirected to Voices on Project Management.
Recently I wrote about the non-negotiable attributes of leaders. A lot of the feedback I received asked how we can use these skills in our day-to-day jobs, especially when we're encountering a business culture that doesn't always place emphasis on leadership and long-term thin[...]