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Leadership Lessons From a Little Snow

Originally posted on ChrisHuff.Net:
My friend Jimmy shared 3 observations…or leadership lessons…that came out of the traffic meltdown in Atlanta this week.  I thought they were worth sharing: 1) People generally made good decisions, but they made them too…

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When Pressure Builds…

Originally posted on ChrisHuff.Net:
I am in the middle of a project that has created a large amount of internal pressure. Due to the size and scope of the project (over 4,000 volunteers in hundreds of teams across a…

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Jesus was a Follower

Great read from Dan. Servitude leadership is something missing in many places today.

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Getting to the Nuts & and Bolts

The Work Breakdown Structure. In my earlier posts I started to describe all the fundamental organization necessary to use an Earned Value method for performance measurement. I wanted to describe a way to measure how well a team performs using

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Adding Value Beyond the Traditional Measurement Approach

The Earned Value Approach In my last post I discussed the traditional way of measuring progress on a project. This approach involved having a PM compare the “actuals” the team members expended on tasks versus what the task was “budgeted”

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The Hidden Indicators of a Failing Project

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