Communication – is it more web conference, chat, mail or phone – a face-to-face meeting? Are there trends and what is your experience? I offer two tier quotations as an introduction about communication. Do you know them? Analog and digital interpersonal communication 1. Quotation - Paul ...
This blog post is the one you have been interested and involved mostly! Informal communication for virtual teams? Ideas, comments, etc. Thank you to Michael Nir, Aidan Foley und Rob Ruiz for their ideas, comments, etc. And what is your experience? http://www.projectsatwork.com/content/articles/277346.cfm (Michael Nir) Don't know about any ideas, but I think informal communication is ...
This is the blog post with the most 'likes'! Weekly stand-ups instead of endless sittings We have all experienced it: never-ending meetings, participants focusing on their emails, people arriving late or leaving earlier and seemingly open-ended discussions. This does not need to happen! We suggest: ...
How can NLP affect in projects? by Barbara Ludwig About NLP: NLP (neuro-linguistic programming) was originally designed for the work of coaches with coachées. It is spontaneous, fast und intensive. From my point of view a project manager who is educated in NLP will have advantages for communication in his or her projects. Communication ...
Project manager = facilitator? Many project managers take over the facilitation of their project meetings. However facilitator and project manager are two completely different roles. The project manager needs to know precise details about her/his project and has to be able to make decisions; ...
Informal communication for virtual teams There are various social media tools. I like the Facebook group function very much. But you can also use groups within Google+ or Xing. For life communication: Skype and / or Google+ Hangouts. Huberta Weigl MMag. Dr. Huberta Weigl │Schreibwerkstatt e. ...
Informal communication for virtual teams An important, often underestimated element of communication in project management is informal communication: a communal smoking break, a chat over lunch or a tea break in the afternoon. Virtual teams miss out on that. Do you have alternative ideas?
One cannot not communicate Our first topic is project communication. We are certain that clear and open communication is a key to success. Unfortunately we experience the opposite on a daily basis: frustrating meetings, uncertainty about project goals and responsibilities. When we ask our ...