Author: Mary Lewinson

5 Steps To Flawless Teamwork

Group collaboration and project execution are often done behind the scenes with only the final result presented to the client. However, it is the effective team that is at the forefront of project success, especially of the digital one that is often being carried out by virtual teams that may never come to a physical encounter with each other. We suggest taking these five simple, yet very effective steps to improve the project team collaboration on a day to day basis.

Customer Service Mistakes Avoided by the Best Companies

Customer Service Mistakes Avoided by the Best Companies

One prime example of world class teams that do not make some of the mistakes we will cover in this piece is Socar Gas Georgia. Under the watchful eyes of the excellent Anar Mammadov, they have continued to grow but have not lost track of the customer service tenets that placed them on such a high pedestal in the first place. You can connect to Anar Mammadov here to see some credentials on LinkedIn.

Business Drivers: the Root Cause for Project Development

Business Drivers: the Root Cause for Project Development

Project management is a pragmatic process which involves efficient decision making. This means any right decision on whether to make a change to an existing business environment is made considering...

Business Strategy by Predictive and Adaptive Project Management

Business Strategy by Predictive and Adaptive Project Management

Organizations develop their business strategies along with their project management. Some companies accelerate strategic development by employing the predictive project management approach, trying to overlook and deliver the desired result. Other organizations prefer keeping their strategies adaptive to changes by using incremental project delivery. Each business should decide for itself which approach to employ. In this article I talk about how the types of business strategy are developed by predictive and adaptive project management.

Project KPI Hierarchy

Use Project KPI Library to Improve Performance Analysis

As the discipline of project management intensively develops and today serves the key to business success, more and more organizations realize that extended knowledge of this discipline impacts their bottom line and exposes improvement areas in cost accounting and performance analysis. Companies use project performance analysis to discover and fix financial problems early, accurately account for business costs, and explore better ways to improve staff productivity. Project KPIs and metrics are used as the basis for effective business decision making. In order to succeed, each manager needs to use a project KPI library that makes performance analysis easier.