Alternatives to Setting SMART Goals

Alternatives to Setting SMART Goals

Goal setting doesn’t need to be at the start of the year. However, the turn of a new year does give you a defined and specific timeframe to help force the subject. SMART objective setting is probably the best known goal methodology. However, there are other options if...
SMART Objectives To Help To Deliver Effectively

SMART Objectives To Help To Deliver Effectively

With a new year upon us, you may be thinking about goal setting. Sometimes, it seems that no-one enjoys setting or talking about their objectives. They can be seen as a boring tick box exercise to document what you are already going to be doing. They can be seen as a...
New Year’s Resolutions for Project Managers

New Year’s Resolutions for Project Managers

With 2018 drawing to a close, it’s a great time to agree new year’s resolutions. I would always propose that you are focusing on improving yourself throughout the year. However, a new year is always a good time to make some intentional changes to your approach and...
Overcoming Fear of Failure as a Project Manager

Overcoming Fear of Failure as a Project Manager

Whether it’s a huge grand-scale change failure or an everyday minor mishap, project failure is a very real fear. In fact, it’s something which many project managers suffer from. It’s natural for people with such large amounts of responsibility to have a little bit of...
Project Failure: Avoid These Common Causes

Project Failure: Avoid These Common Causes

It happens to every Project Manager. Plus, it happens regularly too. Project failure is, it seems, a necessary evil. Maybe it is not a grand scale failure every time (let’s hope not anyway). Instead, it could be an everyday mishap that sets you back or requires a...
Project Management Certification – Which is Best?

Project Management Certification – Which is Best?

The role of the project manager is an important role to driving progress. But, it is also a role that is highly varied between industries as well as between companies. Given that, how can you assess if a project manager in one industry would be successful in another?...

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