Organizational culture, simply speaking, refers to all the values and behaviors that create the unique environment of the organization. When we allude to the company, we may call it ‘company culture’. I very much like the nifty term coined by A. Kennedy and T. Deal who described organizational culture as ‘the way things get done around here.’ We can easily imagine how complex the whole culture of the company might be, full of both good and bad practices.
Here, we’ll focus on the best positive behaviors and values that make the company great. Let’s make a swanky list!
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Some time ago I’ve asked my advisor, Piotr Grobelny, Project Manager, what in his opinion are the symptoms of software project management issues.
Here is his list:
- The people involved in project don’t understand the project objectives
- The communication between them is disrupted.
- Appears lack of crucial competences or human resources.
- The stakeholders and project leaders are surprisingly silent.
- The motivation and engagement are decreased and the people are frustrated.
- The risks become current problems.
- No one knows if the project is still necessary
Piotr also said that Continue reading How to avoid software project management issues? Set the KPIs!