Monthly Archives: November 2018

Managing Projects in Distracted Times: 5 Steps
29 Nov

Managing Projects in Distracted Times: 5 Steps

One of my very good friends, who is also one of the most competent project managers I have ever worked with, recently asked me this question: “Is there a change management approach you can use to keep distracted senior management focused?” Her point was that today everybody’s attention spans are short. We expect things to […]

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Linking the 3 ‘R’s’: Recognition, Rewards and Results
09 Nov

Linking the 3 ‘R’s’: Recognition, Rewards and Results

Recognition and rewards elicit a mixed response. On one hand most people agree (in principle) that recognizing merit, and/or constructive behaviours, is a good thing. “We should do it more”, we often hear people say. On the other hand, when discussing recognition and rewards, most people think of corporate recognition programs which by and large […]

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