6 Tips to Be an Effective Project Manager (Without Micromanaging)

As a project manager, you want your team (not to mention your project!) to be successful. So, as a result, you feel the need to keep a watchful eye on every single thing that’s happening.


Change Management: How to Deal With Changes in Your Team

Change can be good, and change management can be bad. But, regardless of your specific circumstances, there’s one thing that change always is on your project team: disruptive.


Your Guide to Defining Clear Project Objectives for Your Team

As a project manager, the success and failure of projects objectives that you set for your team rests all on your shoulders. No pressure, right? Let’s face it—being a project manager is no easy gig. With so many different personalities, deadlines, work approaches, priorities, and communication styles all competing on your single project team, keeping


6 Types of Management Styles for Effective Leadership

With so many types of management styles to choose from, you can (and should) revel in the many leadership styles at your disposal.


37 Team Management Quotes To Get You Inspired

People are constantly trying to find inspiration on all sorts of mediums and sources. While some turn to music, others might find the encouragement from a simple quote. We rounded up our favorite team management quotes from all sorts of people but I also took the liberty to add a piece of wisdom from my


5 Advantages Of Using Toggl Plan As Your Medical Scheduling Software

If there is one industry that needs better planning software, that industry is healthcare. Patients always complain about the time they have to wait to see their doctor. Often enough, the solution for fixing this inconvenience lies in better planning from the doctor’s side. Most doctors are relying on the physical agenda for scheduling their


Teamwork vs Individual Work – Which is Better?

People prefer different approaches on how the work is organized. Some prefer working by themselves while others enjoy collaborating. Nonetheless, there are benefits for both and sometimes it depends on a task. Working Individually Jeffrey Stibel has said: “Programmers are exponentially faster when coding as individuals; designers do their best work alone; artists rarely collaborate and when they


Team Building Ideas and Strategies That Actually Work

Team building has become so much more than just a catchy phrase. You need to take the right approach to truly reach your employees. Different kind of teams and different type of people for that matter have different expectations when it comes to activities within a group. You’ll have to consider the synergy of the


Your Team Should Start Using A Sharable Calendar. Here’s Why

In a complex business world, managing teams can be a difficult task. The world is changing, and with that, so is the way we do business. A few decades ago, running a company meant having a stand-alone office with employees sharing the same working space from 9:00-5:00. Organizing and delegating responsibilities within a company was


5 Things to Know About Leading a Creative Team

How to Make Teamwork Work I’ve been lucky to have countless experience in cross-functional teams, very different in group dynamics, sizes and goals. Some of the work done in those groups has been very successful, and some has failed miserably. And the reason behind the latter has never been the capabilities or skill, but more


Best Free Tools For Scheduling Company Holidays, Trips & Events

The choice of tools and apps that would help out with scheduling company holidays and business trips is surprisingly slim. Fortunately, you only need one software tool or app to get the job done. Here is a selection of the best free tools for scheduling company holidays. These tools will fit the different planning requirements


The Ideal Manager: Best Attributes to Strive For

In my relatively short professional career, I have experienced more managers and managing styles than I care to count. I have experienced the motivating and trusting, as well as the critical and controlling. It can be somewhat difficult to pinpoint what makes an ideal manager and what does not. But I feel we can definitely