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How Millennials are Changing the Leadership Paradigm

Let’s face it, Millennials are taking over the world. According to a study by PWC, millennials will make up an estimated 50% of the workforce by 2020. 534 more words


The Project Manager of the Future

This post is based on a presentation to the Project Management Institute Canada’s Technology Triangle Chapter on March 25th 2017 in Guelph, Ontario.

The recording of the presentation that was delivered is below: 1,546 more words

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Project Management Stakeholder Simulation

At the University of Waterloo we have recently finished work on an online simulation that is intended to develop better understanding of the management of project stakeholders. 190 more words

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Susanne Madsen: How to Become a Project Leader by Challenging the Status Quo - Guest Post

One of the concepts which can help you excel as a project manager – and leader – more rapidly than anything else is the notion of consistently challenging the status quo of what you are delivering and how you are delivering it. 914 more words


Jaimee Maddox: A Project Leadership Success Story

(Originally posted on GrantCOnnected.net’s website on October 24, 2016)

Marion High School graduate Jaimee Maddox is in her senior year at Ball State University. A social work major and psychology in human development minor, Maddox plans to attend graduate school next year that can lead her to work in student life. 508 more words


Project Leadership helps at-risk students, impacts community

(Originally posted on GrantCOnnected.net’s website on October 5, 2016)

Every Wednesday afternoon, Fauzia Sharif eats her lunch at Marion High School with senior Darice Upchurch. They eat together as they talk about Darice’s classes and grades, and Sharif helps her with whatever she needs. 492 more words


Dealing With Accountability Issues in a Project Team

Project team members are both responsible and accountable for their tasks. Despite the similarities, both terms aren’t identical. A good project manager must be able to distinguish “accountability” from “responsibility” to ensure project success. 595 more words