Tag Archives: PMI

Introducing Ask An Agilist on projectmanagement.com

November 9, 2014


Ask An Agilist on projectmanagement.com

  Today I launched a new blog on projectmanagement.com. As a leader of the PMI Agile Community of Practice, I had the opportunity to be a Trailblazer in PMI’s new online community and set up a blog. Ask An Agilist will be focused on answering questions about Agile development and leadership from the projectmanagement.com and […]

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Two Minutes To A More Powerful You

November 3, 2014


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Communication is much more than what we say; it is also how we say it. With subtle variations in your voice and body language, the same words can carry significantly different messages and will affect how your message is remembered. As a leader, you are constantly communicating with the people around you so it is […]

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Authenticity and Trust: Wisdom From Jack Welch

November 2, 2014


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Business can be a brutal, cold-hearted world where leaders regularly have to make tough decisions that may go against promises or intentions. It’s not a pleasant situation to be in, but it happens. When it does, leaders risk eroding the trust of their teams, which is why it is critically important to continuously build and […]

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Agile And PMI: It Is Not A Competition

October 31, 2011


A few months ago, I decided to embrace reality.  I decided to volunteer for the Community Editorial Board for Project Management Institute (PMI) Agile Community of Practice.   While I have been a member of the PMI for many years, I never pursued my project management certification (PMP).  I work in one of the few industries […]

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