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PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management – Conflict Management

If there is one thing we can expect from working in project management it’s conflict.

Due to the nature of projects – working to provide a solution to something we’ve probably never done before will mean there are problems to solve; people to bring onside; teams to work together and any number of expectations to be met. Believe it or not, some conflict is good and helps us uncover answers to problems that enable the project to move on and be delivered successfully.

Over the next few weeks, we are going to cover several different frameworks, approaches and techniques that the modern project practitioner can utilise in their day-to-day work that make a difference to people and their performance levels.

We also share ten different things your PMO can be thinking about to make a real difference to the performance of your PMO. We’re going to look at the following areas:

servant leadership;
facilitation,
coaching and;
conflict management.

In this second article of our PMOs Supporting Modern Project Management series, we take a look at conflict management.

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