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  •  11/18/2018 12:45 PM

With development of technologies and growing business competition, IT/Project managers must re-shape their career and capabilities for the next coming years. Researches and articles talk much about the skills that PMs must master to be able to succeed now and into the future in the new world of work. Technical proficiency and fundamental management skills are not enough anymore to make you future ready. Here is a short summary of the top 5 skills to lift PMs career:

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  •  10/29/2018 08:10 AM

One of the most frequent questions I am asked about when it comes to Agile is commitment. As planning changes to sprints and tracking changes from dates to velocity, can Agile development teams commit on scope?

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  •  10/07/2018 09:38 AM

“..Managers are expected to possess leadership skills and a leadership mindset. Waiting for someone to “mature in the role” is no longer an option…” Harvard Business Publishing

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  •  08/26/2018 07:18 AM

Towards Rosh-Hashana’s annual retrospective session I am working on, I was looking for researches on the importance and the effective way to thank people in a workplace, and I ran into this extremely interesting article summarizing a very thorough research on the same subject (https://revunit.com/effectively-thank-employees/). I related to it a lot because it reflected in perfect words my own experience both as a leader and as an employee. For me, the most powerful motivation was always a personal, timely, sincere thank you. Highly recommend reading, a real eye opener! And for those interested in few simple ideas for implementation, check out this link to my blog as well.

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  •  08/05/2018 12:00 AM

...After all, projects don’t stand for themselves, they are a representation of everything that is superior or inferior in the organization, everything that is superior or inferior in... us . To shorten projects, look for those things that prevent fast, flawless, streamlined execution.

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