Managing without authority / managing your boss Scaling the team Keeping remote teams together Teams life cycle Stakeholders management Motivation and risk management
IT organizations turn flat, from an authority point of view. Some of the most coveted companies to work for allow their employees to rotate teams and projects, in order to motivate them and cultivate a creative and autonomous work environment. At the same time, the pressure for timeliness in releases, for metrics and for business objectives, generally speaking, involves assuming, sharing and transferring responsibilities and decision. Chains of command are shifting back and forth, while the need for accountability is still there. Resolving personal and cultural differences as well as navigating teams and projects in this type of organizations is of the most importance. We are looking forward to discussing some of the most common issues and good practices related to people and projects management.
Project Management Institute Romania