We all spend a lot of time in meetings, either virtually or in person, so you really need them to be a good use of your time. Meetings that don’t go well can be demotivating, not to mention the fact that you haven’t completed the work that you thought you would be doing in that session.
Great management and clear guidance are not the only tools that a company can use to improve productivity and efficiency among employees. Establishing healthy competition among members is another effective way to achieve company goals. However, competition has its pros and cons, something that managers should take into consideration before implementing initiatives for competition. You need to understand the difference between positive and negative competition then find ways to encourage the former in the workplace.
In last month’s PM Network magazine was a study that said 77% of CEOs have or plan to adopt a strategy to attract diverse talent*. It’s common knowledge that a diverse team provides benefits in terms of creativity and better results, and it’s something that project managers should strive for on project teams. So how do you create a diverse project team? Here are some tips.
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