To be honest, I’m not a big fan of the highlight report. The PRINCE2 term given to a project progress report. This is, in part because they tend to describe a project in the present rather than forecasting its state when it should be completed.
Do you get hung up on project planning? Do you think it is unnecessary or takes up too much time? In this post, we explain why project planning is an essential activity that will help you to achieve your goals.
Over the coming weeks, I intend to show you what it means to be a leader. I’ll present a simple framework that describes how to practice lazy leadership and make a difference in your early leadership career. I will draw from my experience and support this with popular and theoretical perspectives.
This is the first issue of my newsletter, and I truly appreciate your interest as an early subscriber. I’m still finding my feet and working out how best to prepare and structure new content, so please have a look around and tell me what you think.
In today’s uncertain times, organizations must utilize all of their assets—know-how, technology, and people—to survive. As a leader, you have a great opportunity to champion inside your organization. But what do you need to do to influence people and change?
Leading in a culture of change is less about following process steps and far more about understanding and insight. Do you have the confidence and capability to take risks and navigate your team through change?
Connect with our community to tap into a broad wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise, and learn how to set yourself effective personal goals and find the motivation you need to achieve them. Are you ready to reach your full potential?
We all want to be a project manager, right? But what does being a project manager mean, and how can we strengthen our project management skills to successfully engage others, enthusiastically plan and control tasks, and identify and manage risk?
The essential and the most popular business strategy tools for anyone who has to work with people. The Lazy Leader offers well-researched and well-explained strategy tools that are easy to understand. Do you want to improve yourself? Or do you want to understand and improve others?
Our how-to guides will help you and challenge you. Our topics include personal learning, self-reflection, managing teams and leading change, and are always brief and straight to the point. So let us help you solve problems!
Because there are so many models and frameworks of leadership, it can get a little confusing. So, the Lazy Leader offers members the Rough Guide to Leadership Models. In this series, we present various leadership models clearly and concisely, so you may reflect on what they have to offer you.