The Project Box

 

  1. Using Myers-Briggs To Manage Your Project Team

    Hiring someone to perform specific tasks can sometimes be challenging. More often than not, one sifts through hundreds of resumes to find the qualifications one is looking for, only later to find that the person's personality just doesn't fit. When leading a new initiative, I like to use the Meyers-Briggs Personality Test. ...
  2. Confessions of an American Expat: Language Barriers

    I’ve recently moved back to my hometown of New York City after living in the United Kingdom for several years. I thought this would be a good time to share some of my experiences whilst fresh in my memory – and yes, I said whilst. Many people would assume...
  3. Top 5 Techniques to Kick-off a Team Meeting

      First impressions count.  In fact, within the first 30 seconds of meeting someone either in person or over the phone, the other person has already developed an impression of you. That said, over the years, I’ve leveraged various team-building techniques to help teams move quickly through the stages of group development...
  4. Knowing the Informal Leader in your Project Team

    Project managers are typically assigned project teams that consist of individuals from the Business, HR, Finance, Real Estate, and Technologies (if not a tech led project).  These individuals either volunteered or were volunteered to work on the team. Six Sigma, PMP, Prince 2, and other project methodologies touch upon change management...

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