Tag Archives: Tribal Leadership

CompTIA Security+ What Motivates People to Take Your Intellectual Property?

CompTIA Instructor Steve Fullmer describes the importance of getting Security+ Certified. Security is no longer about the “haves” and the “have nots” a small group of people who are trying to take advantage of your possessions and intellectual property (IP). In the book ‘Tribal Leadership’ by Dave Logan, John King, Halee Fischer-Wright, they discuss the stages of … Continue reading CompTIA Security+ What Motivates People to Take Your Intellectual Property?

Networking – Project Management Style

In a recent tweet, I stated “Nothing beats face to face. Go talk WITH someone.” Despite the wealth of social media opportunities including Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook we are losing the ability to enhance relationships or expand our networks. Although my list of Twitter followers, LinkedIn contacts, and Facebook friends continues to grow (with thanks to … Continue reading Networking – Project Management Style

Video -PMP Project Management and Tribal Leadership

Previous versions of the Project Management Body of Knowledge® seldom mentioned leadership. At least not the term or related terminology. The PMBOK® 5th Ed. now more appropriately addresses the role of a project manager as a leader, visionary, mentor, coach, networker and manager. Tribal Leadership by Dave Logan, John King, and Halee Fischer-Wright introduces a powerful new … Continue reading Video -PMP Project Management and Tribal Leadership

PMP – Beyond Self Actualization: Leading Change – Part 3

As leadership theory moves into the 21st Century, a new, integrated outlook evolves. New approaches meld perception (a typically qualitative characteristic) with statistical analysis (a quantitative approach) toward the selection of appropriate management and leadership methodology. Decades of independent research topics are now tumbling together revealing Eureka effects in rapid succession. Unlike the failed understanding … Continue reading PMP – Beyond Self Actualization: Leading Change – Part 3