A person can be a good leader (he leads teams/persons) and, at the same time, a bad manager (he organizes): in that case, he needs a superior who is a good manager. On the other hand many good managers are very bad leaders, therefore they should be assigned roles in which they do not lead … More Manager, Leader or Both?
On Saturday, I attended an international event in Treviso (Italy): international popular traditions. There were groups from Italy, France, Buryatia, Serbia and Senegal. I don’t know how the festival was organized; what I know is that it was organized very well. It was clearly divided into different stages: parade, presentation, representations, grand finale. Modifications were … More Project Management of events
That is a committee, not a team. It depends on the situation: do team-members come from the same culture and/or background? I can point out it does not seem to be a team, for no one has authority; it seems to be some sort of committee, in which case I recommend you to read the … More Teams with no Team Leader
What should you do? 1) I remind everyone of the common goal; they must reach a goal, therefore they should try to understand each other. One can do whatever he/she wants, he/she will never obtain much unless they understand they need the will to work together without paying attention to cultural details. 2) In general … More Multicultural Teams experiencing Relationship Problems
In generale, si può applicare PRINCE2 a tutti i progetti (con i necessari adattamenti alla situazione). PRINCE2 ha il vantaggio di essere partito (PRINCE) come metodologia di Project Management per ICT; in seguito, visto il successo eccezionale di PRINCE, è nato PRINCE2 valido per tutti settori. Fra l’altro, lavora molto bene con ITIL (che viene … More PRINCE2 ed il SW