Strefa Wywiadu
Leadership
Personal Development

Kobieta i mężczyzna w biznesie. Czy wciąż wierzymy w stereotypy?

Malwina Szopa

11-06-2021

Strefa PMI nr 28, marzec 2020

Z Dagmarą Kołodziejczyk, psychologiem, trenerem i certyfikowanym coachem, rozmawia Malwina Szopa. W pracy Project Managera miałam do czynienia z wieloma sytuacjami, również takimi jak wspomniałaś w trakcie swojego wystąpienia na XIV Międzynarodowym Kongresie PMI PC: krzyczący mężczyzna na zebraniu i płacząca w toalecie kobieta. Jak myślisz, dlaczego, widząc takie sytuacje, nie identyfikujemy ich z cechą charakteru tylko z płcią?

Strefa Wywiadu
Leadership
Personal Development

Power up your virtual team!

Łukasz Paluszkiewicz

12-04-2021

Strefa PMI nr 24, marzec 2019

Let’s define virtual team, because many people get confused and say that virtual team is just the team that never meets. They communicate only over online media and for sure there are such teams, and the number of such teams is not so small. But define the virtual team as the team that is in more than one location. So you may have 2 offices in the same city and you are already in a virtual team. You may have collocated unit and then a couple of satellite members, it is a virtual team. If you have more than one location, or regular home office workers it’s a virtual team. So team that is in more than one location is called virtual, or remote, or distributed, or hybrid, those are all synonyms of the same thing. According to this definition, what do you think are the percentage of the virtual teams globally?

Strefa Wywiadu
Leadership
Personal Development

Chicken can be a good leader! – interview with Kimberly Wiefling

Łukasz Paluszkiewicz

10-04-2021

Strefa PMI nr 19, listopad 2017

An interview with Kimberly Wiefling, author of Scrappy Project Management, trainer, facilitator and consultant in Silicon Valley Alliances by Łukasz Paluszkiewicz You have decided to submit an abstract for International PMI Poland Chapter Con¬gress for the second year in a row, and you qualified each time. Why have you decided to speak on this event again? Last year’s PMI Poland Chapter congress was such a wonderful experience for me! I felt so warmly welcomed and appreciat¬ed by the people I met. And I also felt the growing importance that Poland is playing in the project management world. On a per¬sonal note, I felt emotionally connected to my Polish colleagues because Poland is the home of my great grandparents, who spoke only Polish.

Strefa Wywiadu
Agile
Personal Development

Mental Agility – the Foundation for Every Change in the Organization

Erich R. Bühler

17-03-2021

Strefa PMI nr 32, Marzec 2021

Interview with Erich R. Bühler conducted by Renata Puszkiel You have been accompanying various organizations across the globe during the transformations towards business agility. What do you find so exciting about the change that you decided to choose such a career? Let me go back in time… my first job was in a software company back in Uruguay in 1994. During the first years of my career, I started realizing that change was hard. The more you invest in trying to change an organization and the ways that people work, the more you need to consider new paradigms and foundations. And helping people and creating new foundations have been my main motivators. When individuals learn something new in the company, they are not just happy to apply those ideas there but they also take them back home and use them in their private lives. That is why we have to be responsible. Responsibility is not just about knowing that something is going to work or not in the organization, but about trying to understand how it will influence a person and might positively change their life.

Strefa Wywiadu
Leadership
Personal Development

Inny punkt widzenia. O emocjach, markach i zaangażowaniu.

Ewa Serwa

06-03-2021

Strefa PMI nr 18, wrzesień 2017

Z Pawłem Tkaczykiem rozmawia Ewa Serwa Czy storytelling da się zastosować w projek­tach? Mamy trójkąt ograniczeń projektu: koszt, czas i zakres, często pole trójkąta definiujemy jako jakość, czy jakość możemy, a może po­winniśmy ubrać w opowieść? „Jakość” jest słowem-wytrychem. W prze­ciwieństwie do słów-kluczy, które są pre­cyzyjne i oznaczają dla każdego to samo, słowa-wytrychy otwierają mnóstwo drzwi, bo każdy wyobraża sobie coś innego. „Wyso­kiej jakości samochód” może oznaczać dużo koni mechanicznych, mało spalonego pali­wa, tanie części zamienne lub dużo zazdro­snych spojrzeń od sąsiadów. Ale mnóstwo tych cech wzajemnie się wyklucza. Dlatego pozostawienie „jakości” tylko na poziomie pojedynczego słowa nigdy nie jest dobrym pomysłem. Dobrze jest ją ubrać w konkret­ne, mierzalne cechy, które klient będzie mógł kroić „pod siebie”. Czy to musi być opo­wieść? Niekoniecznie.

Strefa Wywiadu
Leadership
Personal Development

(Not) easy path from accidental to successful PM – interview with Andy Kaufman

Dominika Kantorowicz

09-01-2021

Strefa PMI nr 30, wrzesień 2020

Interview with Andy Kaufman, conducted by Dominika Kantorowicz. Andy, you are strongly recognizable within the project management world. You are an international speaker, author, executive coach. Could you tell us more about your career path? Who were you at the beginning of your journey and what made you in this place? I started my career as a software developer. I like to say that I was promoted into management for all the wrong reasons because it is true! There were some layoffs and the reason I got picked was at least in part because I was a reasonably good software developer. We easily fall into the trap that if someone is good at one thing then, certainly, they must be good at managing those in such a role! That halo effect assumption often leads to much harm.

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