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The Splintering of Leadership

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

In the business world, leadership can be splintered to varying degrees. At times, this works to the benefit of the organization--but it can also cause a great deal of confusion.

The Trifocal Vision of Leadership

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

At the risk of appearing to add yet another fad to the pick-and-mix menu of leadership styles, this article looks at a fundamental leadership skill, one that all successful leaders practice--irrespective of which style they follow. And as it does not have a name, this writer is going to give this leadership skill an appropriately faddish title: Trifocal Vision.


from All Things PMO posted by Harlan Bridges on

I just read a post on LinkedIn titled "What Leadership Was And What It Has Become" refering to an article of the same title on Although it has some good points, it espouses ...

You Got to Have Style!

from PMO Bytes posted by Wai Mun Koo on

Throughout the years of running a PMO, I have come to learn that “your team is what you are made of”. There are various styles of leadership, and different people are attracted to and incl ...

Sustaining Leadership

by Sam Alkhatib

A strong project manager is one who is willing to adapt his or her style to get the best results from his or her team. This article sheds light on possible leadership style combinations that might promote team harmony and success across the team development stages, resulting in sustained leadership.

Promoting Shared Leadership

by Mike Griffiths

Agile methods suggest replacing top-down, command-and-control management with empowered teams and shared leadership. That all sounds nice, but what exactly is shared leadership and how do you get it to happen?

Leadership: Top-Down or Bottom-Up?

by Kenneth Darter, PMP

The leader and their leadership style is characterized by whether they work from the top down or the bottom up. Examining the pros and cons of these two disparate methods can help you determine what kind of leader you need to be in order to make the maximum positive impact on your organization.



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