I’ve worked for a number of people who were brilliantly able to spot flaws, articulate weaknesses, and generate devastating critiques. A significant part of my research training was learning to separate criticism of my experimental design or interpretation from personal criticism. A steady stream of negative feedback is withering. [Read more…] about Call Out the Positives
A project is a coherent set of tasks with start and stop times which collectively deliver a desired result. Effective project management is critical to this process because of the realities of entropy, distraction, and friction at both the individual and organizational level. As Mark Horstman says, “No project is on autopilot.” [Read more…] about Will We Still Need Project Managers in 2037?
For 20 years or so that people have been saying “You get further by building on your strengths than trying to improve your weaknesses.” [Read more…] about Why You Must Work on Your Weaknesses