When you’re asked to take control of a project mid-flight with heavy turbulence, it might be tempting to start “fixing” the team. Instead, take some time to identify the underlying roots of the problem. Here is a five-point assessment that targets potential gaps on a struggling team, from vision to competency.
Agile transformation specialist Kamal Manglani says that teams should decide what (and how many) dedicated roles they need, depending on the environment and values. Transformation isn’t about forcing people to follow a process; it’s about understanding and restructuring rules to produce better outcomes. [14:30]
If you have failed the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam, approach the setback as you would any other failed project: analyze what is going wrong, make changes to your plan and bring it to a successful close. Start by understanding six reasons why you may have failed the exam, and what to do about them.