Category Archive: Human Resource Management

Feb 27

Leadership styles

The Situational Leadership Theory is a leadership theory developed by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard. The main principle of this theory is that there is not a single way in the leadership style so the most effective way is adapt the leadership style to the maturity of the staff that is being leading and the …

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Feb 21

Conflict Management

What is a conflict? Conflict is some form of friction, disagreement, or discord within the project team or stakeholders. In a Project Environment conflict is inevitable. Some project managers could feel uncomfortable dealing the project conflicts. But the conflict it´s not necessary bad and could provide an opportunity to improve. Formerly the conflict was considered …

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Feb 13

The halo effect and the corporate pyramid

In project management, the wrong perception to rate a team member high or low in all the knowledge areas, based in a brilliant performance in some specific area is called the “halo effect”. For example “If you have a good performance in the technical areas you should be good in management tasks”. This wrong perception …

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Jan 16

Dealing with stakeholders

What is a stakeholder? Stakeholders include more than the project manager, the sponsor, the customer and team. The five edition of PMBOK defines a stakeholder as individual group or organization who may affect, be affected by a decision, activity or outcome of a project. As example in an industrial promotion an ecologist group could be …

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Feb 01

Avoiding the project failure

How we can define the project failure? In a previous post “Measuring the project success” we saw that the fifth edition of PMBOK talks about the project success should be measured in term that of completing the project within the constraints of cost, scope, quality, resources and risk. Beyond the triple constraint there are more factors …

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