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This episode is a podcast conversation with Sharon Koifman of Distant Jobs, Sharon is a remote working expert and shared many great thoughts to make remote work better for all involved The post Conversation with Sharon Koifman, remote work expert appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
In this article I consider the need to establish some boundaries in your work from home workplace and how and how frequently we communicate with colleagues The post Working from home during corona virus part 11 – Boundaries appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This article discusses how we will all come to either love or hate working from home. Everyone will have their own experiences and find the good and the bad in the process The post Working from home during Corona virus part 10 – love it or hate it appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This article discusses the challenge of finding and maintaining balance in life when moving to a work from home situation as a result of the corona pandemic The post Working from home during Corona virus part 9 – Balance appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
The article discusses the balance between sharing and over sharing in a work from home situation. Finding the right balance can be challenging for many The post Working from home during Corona virus part 8 – Sharing appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This article discusses the challenges faced by individuals and businesses adapting to a comprehensive work from home situation in response to virus control The post Working from home during the virus outbreak part 7 – adapting appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This article discusses flexibility in a mass work from home situation, one where entire families may be all trying to live and work in a common location The post Working from home during the corona virus part 6 – flexibility appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This article discusses how marginalisation can occur in a work from home setting and provides both individuals and managers some tips to reduce its occurence and impact The post Working from home during corona virus part 5 – marginalisation appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
In this article I discuss the challenges of conflict in the workplace when personnel are working from home in an environment of social isolation and stress The post Virtual teams during viral separation part 4 – conflict appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This post discusses ways of maintaining an environment of trust when your organisation suddenly adopts a work from home policy. Without trust teams can fall apart and productivity suffer The post Virtual teams during viral separation part 3 – trust appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
How do a team of people who are used to seeing each other daily in an office environment maintain their engagement with each other and the organisation when they are suddenly separated. The post Virtual teams during viral separation part 2 – engagement appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
This is the final theme from the complexity series I began some time ago. Environmental uncertainty complexity impacts the complexity of the project through issues such as the uncertainty of the marketplace for the product and surrounding the project while it is being undertaken; the ways in which the project communicates with its stakeholders; the…
 
After a number of years of quiet we are starting to see the new wave of resources projects initiated. Now is the time to ensure personnel leading and within these new projects learn from the past and prepare for the future, yet much of the in house corporate knowledge that would have supported this in the past has been lost in the past half decade.…
 
This podcast is the second of a two part interview with Betsy Clark, President of Software Metrics. In the interview we discussed a case study Betsy contributed to the recently published book 'Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering'. The book is a joint effort between PMI and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Am…
 
This podcast is the first part of an interview with Betsy Clark, President of Software Metrics. In the interview we discussed the recently published book 'Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering'. The book is a joint effort between PMI and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Among her contributions to the book Bets…
 
This podcast is a special interview with Stephen Townsend, Director of Network Programs at the Project Management Institute (PMI). In the interview we discussed the recently published book 'Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering'. The book is a joint effort between PMI and International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). The b…
 
Understanding the impact of method and scope complexity on a project is an increasingly important requirement. Projects are getting bigger and the interfaces continue to grow. In this environment, understanding how mature the definition of the project is and how this is impacted by increasing amounts of new technology and immature assumptions allow…
 
Goal complexity in project environments includes issues such as the clarity of project objectives, any bias the project may have toward particular outcomes and solutions, how mature the decision making policy is and the overall understanding of any required trade off between cost, schedule and quality. Getting these issues resolved and clarified at…
 
In part II of the short series looking at different contributors to complexity in projects and how it impacts and is impacted by virtual teams considers the social interaction and social complexity aspect, including the impact of communications, respect, commitment, contract types and procedures. This article and podcast follow on from the previous…
 
I am really happy to announce that from November this year Ulfire will be delivering the Responding to Organisational Complexity course developed by ICCPM on their behalf in Western Australia and eventually also in the Northern Territory. The course is a unique offering that addresses a gap in knowledge between undergraduate and post graduate train…
 
As part of the short series looking at complexity in project virtual teams we are looking at structural complexity, how it is defined, what makes a project structurally complex and how that structural complexity contributes to or is influenced by having project virtual teams as part of the project make up. The post Structural complexity and project…
 
This post is for a podcast interview with Deb Hein the CEO of the International Centre of Complex Project Management (ICCPM) where we discuss the current state of complexity in projects. The post Interview with Deb Hein of ICCPM appeared first on ULFIRE.저자 Virtual Team Dynamics - The Ulfire Podcast
 
Complex projects seem to be appearing everywhere, or at least everyone seems to think they are. This is an introductory article to the role virtual teams play in complex projects, it sets out some of the challenges in differentiating between truly complex project and those that are really just large or at best complicated. This is the first of a se…
 
Projects are becoming increasingly complicated, they have more stakeholders, they are bigger and they are generally getting harder to complete. Lost in all the growth and complication is the need to address the increasing communications complications, as the teams and challenges have grown so has the need to establish an understanding of their comm…
 
Showing gratitude to your staff and colleagues through a simple, quick email reply with a thanks or a thank you can mean the difference between a grateful and engaged workforce and one that feels they are only there to serve your every need. Taking a few second to acknowledge someone's work is a quick, simple and meaningful way to help to keep your…
 
Understanding why your project is adopting an international execution strategy is an important step in planning your project. There are a number of reasons modern project may or may not go international, they will all have a large influence on the way the project is run and its potential risk profile. This article considers five of the major reason…
 
Technology and costs are rapidly changing the way future projects will be approached. Those running these new projects will need new skills and techniques to be successful. It will no longer be a case of being able to simply being able to deliver technical work, team members will need to be exceptional communicators and understand how to work in in…
 
Training and developing personnel to take on the key roles of leading international interfaces in virtual team projects is an ongoing task for most businesses who operate in the space. This article considers some of the reasons the development of personnel for these roles is important. The post Developing International Project Communicators appeare…
 
All too often organisations send personnel off on international project assignments with little to no support. They receive a visa, a plane ticket and a contract and that's about it, the organisation then trusts to luck and the employee's skill that the secondment and the project associated with it will be a success. It really does not have to be t…
 
Securing personnel for international or intercultural assignments and postings can be a difficult task. It is generally easier to find candidates with the right technical skills than the right cultural and motivational ones, yet, getting the motivational balance wrong can lead to major issues as the deployment progresses. This article looks at some…
 
Finding real, genuine leadership role models in the crowded and highly distorted modern world is a major challenge for aspiring leaders. All too often they are left choosing between a media creation on a TV show or in a movie, a politician or a sporting personality, when the people they really need to be emulating are the business leaders, business…
 
Building a successful international project team relationship requires a broad span of abilities, these range from whatever the technical needs of the role are to many interpersonal and cross cultural abilities. This article discusses some of the ways an organisation can access and utilise many of these skills, skills that can be either internally …
 
Selecting personnel for an expat assignment is a critical activity that can have major impacts on the overall outcome of a project. Pick and send the right people and you will have a solid and productive team who will take care of each other and deliver the best project possible, pick poorly and your project outcomes could be very disappointing and…
 
This article looks at some of the challenges faced when setting up a new virtual team in establishing and building contact between the locations and the personnel. This first contact can be challenging from a cultural and organisational perspective, with many different barriers blocking what is a vital part of the organisational configuration. The …
 
Achieving value from your training budget investment is an ongoing challenge for many projects and businesses, securing the budget is sometimes the easy part, with demands from all corners on its use. This article however argues that at least a portion of a training budget should be spent on leadership and communications skills. The post Training B…
 
Something as simple as the complexity of language used in teleconferences in virtual teams, particularly those involving personnel for whom English is a second or third language, can lead to confusion and a sense of exclusion. This article argues for the use of a simple project vocabulary to enable all personnel to speak more or less on a level pla…
 
Understanding how to plan and manage communications across timezones is fundamental to building a stable and reliable virtual team communications plan. As the number of timezones between locations increases, projects find themselves stretching their communications further and further and placing a greater emphasis on written communications over ver…
 
Embedding communications equality in your projects and businesses is particularly important in virtual team environments. Having a conscious and considered approach to maintaining equality in communications will mean your personnel regardless of their geographic location are all able to contribute to the dialogue in your projects and work toward it…
 
Communication Silos occur in virtually every organisation and project, personnel get so engrossed in their day to day work they forget to share news and information with those outside of their immediate circle. In virtual teams, communication silos can become particularly destructive as the walls of the silos are defined by the distance between the…
 
Outsourcing has become synonymous with virtual teams for many. As the impact of globalisation and the advance of technology has meant that jobs and workflows are continually changing, relationships are needing to evolve and personnel must adjust to the changes of office dynamics to remain relevant. The post Impact Of Outsourcing On Virtual Teams ap…
 
Communications is such an important part of business life it is largely taken for granted, but as teams are becoming increasingly distributed, planning for the eventuality that at some stage in your project communications will become disrupted is an important activity for a business or a project to undertake. The post Planning For Project Communica…
 
Getting the best from video meetings requires both the right technology and the right processes and mindset. Deciding how and where to deploy video conference and video meeting technology then ensuring your personnel approach the meetings with the right perspective of cultural understanding will make them effective and productive experiences for al…
 
Recognising and managing the effects of marginalisation in a virtual team environment is one of the major responsibilities of the leadership of the team, all team members are at risk of marginalisation at some stage but particularly those in small and remote offices who may not receive the level of information and attention as the central and usual…
 
Undertaking a comprehensive strategic alignment session at the start of a virtual team project is essential to ensure all parties have a common set of goals and understandings before the project starts. This article considers some of the reasons and benefits of such a session. The post Strategic Alignment Of Virtual Team Goals appeared first on ULF…
 
The use of colloquialisms and specialist technical language can be a great way to short hand conversations in a group with a common technical, regional or cultural background, but, when you start to work with others from different backgrounds or in different locations, these linguistic short cuts and regional colloquialisms can become a liability. …
 
Face to face meetings are key to relationship building and the development of trust in virtual teams. They can be expensive upfront but properly managed and structured should reap rewards many times the value of any costs incurred. This article considers some of the key times you should consider holding face to face meetings and their value. The po…
 
Great communication skills are essential for virtually every role these days, gone are the days when someone could have a successful career without being able to communicate well with others. As we move into a more networked and virtual society, those with the abilities to communicate effectively will become increasingly in demand in business and s…
 
Adapting to new cultures as part of a corporate move or expat placement can be a challenging experience for many if not all people involved. In this article we consider some of the specifics of a relocation and how different individuals may or may not adapt. The post Adapting To New Cultures appeared first on ULFIRE.…
 
Recognising the value of coaching in a modern workplace can deliver great benefits in terms of personal development and improved corporate and project outcomes. This article considers the benefits of communications coaching for leaders of virtual teams. The post The Value Of Communications Coaching To Virtual Teams appeared first on ULFIRE.…
 
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