Category: Project Delivery
A common misconception is that arguments ought to lead to an agreement. What they truly aim to achieve, however, is a consensus – that is, complete shared faith in the outcome. So the goal of an argument is not to win, but to win over your audience.
A significant predictor of success is Grit. In a study of who is successful and why the conclusion by Angela Duckworth was not based on IQ, social intelligence or even good looks but it was grit.
Countries don’t develop because they’ve reduced corruption, they are able to reduce corruption because they developed, this is the prosperity paradox. A big part of development is leveraging technology that creates a market where everyone can participate.
An introverts guide to Working from home. Some tips on how to survive remote working, I really liked this short Ted talk during my lunchtime walk: Pay attention to ritual and routine. Find what...
The key to having gravitas is being authentic with who you are. Rooted in your own abilities but having the courage to sprout wings and stretch yourself.
The companies that innovate the fastest will be the ones that thrive. The art of innovation is using a problem and turning that pain and frustration into something positive. In this time of pandemic,...
Executing a data strategy has many practical challenges this article looks at some of the best practices showcased in a recent webinar by BigData London.
One good thing about the enforced lockdown is that it has given us time to pause, so stop the infinite scroll and start to create and collaborate.
Projects by their nature are complex and good project managers have a sixth sense in identifying and overcoming problems. How can Artificial Intelligence help the project manager? How can AI improve project delivery?
Art of persuasion is needed in any project where people need to work together collarboratively, to help resolve differences of opinion,