This video discusses issues and solutions for team collaboration in an interdisciplinary context.
Project manager can use influence to get things done, but you’ll still need to negotiate. This article discusses Good, Bad, and Ugly approaches to negotiate in software development projects. You will learn how you might use these in the complex and sometimes confusing “real world.”
The activity of project managers should be to gather requirements, estimates and control the work … or is it? This articles suggests that the main activity of project managers is in fact negotiation. You will learn how to gain influence and power in your organization as well as how to...
Meetings that encourage participation and building consensus are valuable, but true project team collaboration assumes shared responsibility and ownership to boost creativity and learning.
In this blog post, Kathlika Thomas provides a few tips for managing your project meetings and a meeting outline that you can use over and over on your engagements.
In this blog post, Esther Derby explain how to manage groups with different priorities in software projects.
Managing conversations about friction between team members is the topic discussed by Esther Derby in this blog post.
The Core Protocols are our ‘best practices’ for people, teams of people and organizations that want to get great results – all the time.