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Posted by on Aug 26, 2020

A Tale of Two Labor Day Perspectives

A Tale of Two Labor Day Perspectives

Two young men will be celebrating their careers this Labor Day. As individuals, they represent the dichotomy of the challenges we face in building teams from both sides of the work divide. There is a crucial Labor Day lesson that we can learn from their work. On one side, we have Dr. Adam, who is […]

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Posted by on Aug 5, 2020

The Responsibility-Authority Dilemma — and the Cure

The Responsibility-Authority Dilemma — and the Cure

For decades, project managers have lamented that they have “all this responsibility and no authority.” The tragedy is that they do have authority, but not the type that they would like. Project managers would love to be able to put themselves at the top of the organization chart. The glory. The clout. The ability to […]

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Posted by on Jun 29, 2020

The Freedom Project and The Example It Sets

The Freedom Project and The Example It Sets

Most people don’t think of the birth of our nation as a project. But what we celebrate on July 4 (or 3, as the case may be) most certainly is. Creating the Declaration of Independence involved the coordination of diverse resources toward a specific goal, with a clear, unique outcome. What makes July 4 so […]

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