Although seeming contradictory, project management (PM) and creativity belong together. In Coloring Outside the Lines, an eBook on the benefits of bringing creativity to the project management workspace, NexusTek Director of Project Management, Ananya Ridenour, PMP, makes a strong case for integrating the freedom and flow of creativity with the procedural and rigid guidelines of project management.
Coloring Outside the Lines, Ridenour’s second book, explores how combining the synergies and various aspects of project management and creative workflow, fosters greater success. NexusTek announced today the availability of Ridenour’s book on Amazon citing how the give-and-take approach is the foundation of an ever-improving process that allows us to deliver better outcomes for our customers.
“In my experience at NexusTek, I’ve found that when employees have the freedom to provide input or ideas on different ways of accomplishing tasks, you open the door for innovation,” said Ridenour. “More importantly, adopting a collaborative culture provides your colleagues with the validation that their opinions matter and that you value what they bring to the table.”
Project Management strives to achieve the goal that work is completed according to expectations while following a structured and rigid approach to ensure deliverables are on time. However, Ridenour cautions that project management is about (continues...)