This discussion will focus on how a leader would know that a project team is on track and what they might be able to do to get things back in line if there are issues. It will leverage the Praxilient Outcome framework process at a high level and will demonstrate how a leader who may not know a lot about project management could benefit from engaging to assure their outcome expectations will be met. This is the 1-2-3-4-5 of build a line of sight between the expectations and the project work. By understanding these principles, a leader will be able to better understand the age old question of “how much for what” sooner and more continuously throughout the project and suppliers will be able to clearly understand the target that they are shooting for
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Leaders are continuous learners. Our learning never stops. Regardless of where we are in our Project Management careers – just getting started or anxious to retire -- we should constantly be growing our PM leadership skills. Yet, where do we begin? What skills do we need to add?
Are you managing improvement projects through 6 sigma methodology? Are you a Black Belt or are you in process of becoming one? Are you willing to manage projects that really impact operational excellence of your company? Do you want to get a pill that gives you a condensed experience to select your projects with more confidence, to better define the scope of them and to focus them in the proper direction? Congratulations! This is your book!
Managing continual change is ‘business as usual’ for both public and private organizations. What is new is the increased pace and volume of the changes required to manage their rapidly evolving mandates, operating conditions, and stakeholder expectations. Identifying, understanding and aligning with changes is the best way to ensure support of outcome delivery.
This webinar will unveil the most damaging communication mistakes public sector project managers make when communicating to influence. Participants will also learn the three primary reasons these communication mistakes occur and the various contexts in which they occur so they can be aware of how their interpersonal communication style can either support or impede progress on projects. Additionally, at the close of the webinar Presenter Skip Weisman will provide three power communication beliefs of “Champion” project leaders and offer additional resources for next steps and continued development.
In this webinar participants will learn: • The 7 most damaging communication mistakes project managers make, and enable in their project team members • The 3 primary reasons these communication mistakes occur and perpetuate on project teams • Specific communication tips to easily overcome each of the 7 sins • The 3 different levels of communication and the 4 different contexts these sins impact, • 3 power communication beliefs of "champion" project leaders that will breakthrough these limiting communication habits, and • Resources and opportunities for continued professional development in this area
Are you surprised when a software project fails? Learn how NOT to be surprised by understanding the essential mental models and frameworks that apply to software projects.