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Becoming a Trusted Advisor

by Laura Burford

Want to be more than just a project manager? Becoming a trusted advisor does not happen overnight. It takes time, patience and perseverance. This article provides suggestions on how to become such a leader.

Internal Consultant? Not Yet...

by Laura Burford

How do you become a recognized and respected internal consultant? The answer is not simple due to an organization’s culture, its utilization of external consultants and its project management approach—as well as how the project managers themselves impact how (and if) they are viewed as an internal consultant.

10 Reasons You Need PPM

by Tushar Patel

Is your organization becoming complacent with spreadsheets and outdated project management tools? A PPM approach can help you realize the true potential of your projects, your teams and yourself, from ensuring alignment with the business and increasing accountability, to improving forecasting, reporting and collaboration.

Building Value with Thought Leadership

by Braden Kelley

While most consulting firms find early success because of the strength of their thought leadership, over time many of them tend to under-invest in it. As a consequence, they find themselves vulnerable to new entrants nibbling around the edges of their core business--and see their growth slow down.

Listen Up!

from Project Management 2.0 posted by Dave Garrett on

Situation: You want to develop better listening skills.Joe Takash is the author of Results Through Relationships: Building Trust, Performance and Profit Through People, as well as a sought-after media ...

Are You a Trusted Advisor?

from Change Thinking posted by Daryl Conner on

In my last post, I wrote that the highest level of partner relationships is that of trusted advisor. In this post, I'd like to break down some of the terms and frames of reference related to the tru ...

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