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Our team is growing this year!

Our team is growing this year!

Contact us to find out more about the different roles that are available. If you are a specialist in organisational and project culture, change and transition management, collaborative working or leadership development and want to develop those skills further working on complex projects, we’d love...

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Are you (actively) listening?

Are you (actively) listening?

According to Lee Howell, the World Economic Forum's Global Head of Programming, the leaders at DAVOS need to be in "active listening mode". "People come to the annual meeting and they have their institutional mandate and goals they seek," Howell said. "But they need to be less in speaking mode and...

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A story of project leadership, from the Oil and Gas sector

A story of project leadership, from the Oil and Gas sector

The team at ResoLex have developed a framework for improving the performance of teams working on major projects, which leverages a number of key elements to create a significant positive impact on how large groups of people work together in a project environment. The foundation stone that...

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Culture in the project environment

Culture in the project environment

There is a growing awareness of the impact that culture has on the success of any large group of people trying to work together. The limited research that has been done tends to focus on culture change in existing businesses, companies, or institutions. There is no blueprint for how to approach...

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The Collaboration Fallacy – Part 2

The Collaboration Fallacy – Part 2

In Part One of this article I introduced a concept I called the Collaboration Fallacy, which is an inaccurate assumption that multiple teams engaged in a major project will automatically work together in the best interest of the project. My purpose in articulating the idea of the Collaboration...

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Social Intelligence – The Critical Ingredient to Project Success

Social Intelligence – The Critical Ingredient to Project Success

Delivering projects is a human activity. Generating something new from ‘thin air’ requires groups of people who are able to conceive, plan and then execute a series of complicated activities that will, in some form or other, enhance the lives of other human beings. Large projects require the input...

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The Collaboration Fallacy – Part 1

The Collaboration Fallacy – Part 1

The benefits of developing collaborative relationships between teams working on large projects are easy to recognise, particularly when operating in a complex and uncertain environment. Studies of successful projects almost always identify the creation of strong social bonds between sub teams who...

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Peripheral vision

Peripheral vision

The COVID-19 crisis has forced teams to continue working together using electronic media. Many organisations are finding that at least temporarily, they can operate on a virtual basis, giving much credence to the argument that remote working is at least as effective as office-based operations....

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New website!

New website!

Welcome to the new ResoLex website! We have taken some time to update our online presence to better reflect our brand and values and showcase our approach to working with major project teams. Visit 'About Us' to find information about who we are and how the business has developed over the last 20...

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