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Of course NOT! What world do YOU live in? In this world, there are only so many hours in a day. We cannot travel through time and we cannot clone our resources. Accepting these realities is a key to successful project management and the ticket to ensuring your team still wants to work with you after your current project. Project managers need to collaborate with resource managers: • All work needs to be accurately modeled for project and non-project work (operations), in current and new projects. • All work needs to be aggregated across all projects and operations. • Over-allocations need to be avoided or resolved.
The success or failure of an organizational agility environment can come down to the decisions of one or two project teams. Unless those teams have the confidence to act decisively, the entire organization will suffer.
In projects, the plan is seen as one of the critical elements of effective management—and it is. But don’t give it too much weight or it can lead you astray. You must recognize that plans will continue to develop and evolve as the work proceeds.
With more opportunities than ever for project managers, you need to have tactics at the ready to make the most of your career. Sure, networking is important, but how do you prepare? Who do you contact? What questions are relevant?
The fast spin of technology demands that we have a dynamic workforce we hire with the notion that we want to keep talented members on board indefinitely—much of which can be accomplished with a vision of constantly developing and enhancing their abilities.
In this engaging session, we make the case for why as a project leader you should be personally invested in organizational change for your project efforts. Participants will learn why change is so vital to their project success as well as how to action 3 critical change moments that matter toward project success. Participants walk away with practical learning that can immediately be applied to enhance any project leader’s toolkit!