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Is Resilience one of important skills for a successful Project Manager ?
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Is Resilience one of important skills for a successful Project Manager ?
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Resilience is an important skill for being a successful human.
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Yes!
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Absolutely
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Absolutely! Projects are delivering changes and resilience is a must to be able to make it.
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Project work is defined by uncertainty and uniqueness. For those who are not resilient, there is always operations or business as usual work.
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Yes, absolutely. Resilience is important for everybody.
Found a good summary by Martin Reeves, he says resilience has 6 principles:
redundancy
modularity
diversity/heterogenity
prudence, e.g. by simulations
embeddedness, in the wider system
adaptability
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May 20, 2019 11:58 PM
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Thanks for your reply. I will check Martin reeves articles.
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For sure it is, now that the mindset is agile, we have to be aligned with the main resilient principles Thomas mention here.
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May 20, 2019 7:07 AM
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Yes, absolutely. Resilience is important for everybody.
Found a good summary by Martin Reeves, he says resilience has 6 principles:
redundancy
modularity
diversity/heterogenity
prudence, e.g. by simulations
embeddedness, in the wider system
adaptability
Thanks for your reply. I will check Martin reeves articles.
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Thanks to all of you. Project Manager needs to be resilience in the face of risk, uncertainty and complexity successfully in Projects.
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Absolutely it is one of the most important skill for a successful project manager and teams.
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