Do you have the skills, behaviors and traits that a project manager needs to master in order to demonstrate and provide effective project leadership? If so, do those capabilities translate to managing projects during difficult times? These five tips can help keep things in perspective.
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There are numerous theories for effective leadership. And then there is good judgement. Which do you need to succeed in today’s world?
If one of your team members asked you, “Why are we doing this now?” could you provide a complete and accurate answer? Some projects are simple and straightforward, and their purpose seems self-evident. But is that really the case?
When a company and its PMO was divided in two, this practitioner learned a lot about teamwork, talent management and leadership as he tried to steer the projects—and the organization—to success.
Leadership isn’t an exact discipline—there’s no single right way of being a leader. But there are some general principles that apply, and permission is an important one.
Through various interactions with business professionals, this practitioner has learned some valuable lessons during his career as a project manager. These tips can help new PMs—and provide a good reminder to seasoned pros.
Integrating and adapting into one company culture can seem immense. The changes are sure to be constant, but with these changes comes new opportunities allowing us to add value to our new organization. These three tips can help.
Reaching our PM potential in uncertain times requires one to recognize their untapped potential, especially that which rests beyond the traditional operational perspectives of project management. So what are we waiting for?
Leading with Humanity: Project Manager as Project Leader in the Age of Artificial Intelligence Disruptionby
What skills will be most necessary for project managers to thrive in a world that is being transformed by automation and artificial intelligence? Project managers must employ power skills, such as empathy, effective communication and emotional intelligence, in addition to technical knowledge, to become project leaders and turn ideas into reality.
In The Project Economy, technology drives a lot of the disruption—and progress. You need to be able to overcome the various barriers that are preventing you from being more prepared for the project-driven economy of the future. How ready are you to embrace technology disruption?