Paradigm Learning Releases New Project Management White Paper

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Reduced training budgets and the continuing need to be as lean as possible, organizations have to find fast, flexible, cost-effective ways to transform potentially dysfunctional project teams into organized, efficient ones. Research shows that the best, most effective project teams have a collective understanding of not only what needs to be accomplished but also what it takes to get there —good project management.

effective teamwork in any area of business where teams perform critical operational duties depends on productive and collaborative relationships.

Paradigm Learning, a leader in business games, simulations and Discovery Map® programs, today released its latest white paper on project team success. Project Team Success in Today’s Economy: Back to Business and Back to Basics focuses on how organizations’ project teams need to be on top of their game, and that means a return to project management fundamentals.

Reduced training budgets and the continuing need to be as lean as possible mean that organizations have to find fast, flexible, cost-effective ways to transform potentially dysfunctional project teams into organized, efficient ones. Research shows that the best, most effective project teams have a collective understanding of not only what needs to be accomplished but also what it takes to get there — good project management.

The white paper discusses the economic impact of projects on companies and organizations of all types and sizes and how projects are back on the upswing as many companies are getting back to business — reviewing their finances, needs and project lists.

“For more and more companies, achieving a much-needed level of team efficiency and effectiveness has evolved into a renewed focus on the founding principles and other best practices in the Project Management Body of Knowledge— the internationally recognized standard of project management issued by the Project Management Institute (PMI),” says Catherine Rezak, author, chairperson and co-founder of Paradigm Learning, adding that “effective teamwork in any area of business where teams perform critical operational duties depends on productive and collaborative relationships.”

Click here to download the white paper Project Team Success in Today’s Economy: Back to Business and Back to Basics.

About Paradigm Learning

Paradigm Learning (http://www.ParadigmLearning.com) is a privately held company based in Tampa, Fla. Since 1994, it has worked with more than half of the companies on the Fortune 500 list, creating award-winning business games, business simulations and Discovery Maps® to address companies’ specific business needs. Its flagship business acumen training program, Zodiak®: The Game of Business Finance and Strategy, has been played by more than a million people worldwide. Other products address such issues as talent leadership, employee alignment, leadership accountability, building teams, project management and organizational change.

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