Project managers have never had it so good. Much of their administrative work is now handled by automated tools, freeing up a significant number of hours. How is that time best utilized?
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Much has been written about project failures, but what about teams? It seems that management has little or no appreciation for the value of a team that exists beyond the project. Why do teams fail and what is the impact of those failures?
Control-based project management isn’t effective in times of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, especially in a knowledge economy built on mobility and autonomy. The better leadership approach is to let go, which doesn’t remove accountability but does require developing trust in your team.
In the last weeks, every project has effectively become distributed. While travel has almost completely ground to a halt, the way all teams operate has mirrored remote teams almost perfectly—which will forever shift the way we work moving forward.