Be Where Your Feet Are!

I was recently in a training class and there were just shy of 50 participants. There were 5 ‘participants’ that never looked away from their laptop. They were totally disengaged from the learning opportunity. They wasted their time, the instructors’ time and distracted from the learning opportunity. Their actions suggested they were busier and moreContinue reading “Be Where Your Feet Are!”

Key Success Factors in Project Management

Although the core concepts of project management remain the same in terms of Time, Cost, Scope, Quality, Risk, there are some common practices that can influence the outcome of each project. Examples of those success factors are as follows: ◆ Aligning strategy and projects to ensure that the project contributes to the organization’s strategic goals.Continue reading “Key Success Factors in Project Management”

Skill vs. Will

My high school football coach would say, “is it a skill issue or a will issue?” I borrowed this question and the meaning behind it and applied to my leadership and management arsenal. My coach took a simple question and turned it into a mantra of our team. This mantra enabled freedom and that freedomContinue reading “Skill vs. Will”