Five Competencies to Successfully Drive Strategic Initiative
Project leaders are needed to lead and sustain strategic efforts by creating experiences that initiate the transformation of people—starting with themselves—then systems and, ultimately, the organization. The qualities that make the strategic project leader unique are efficiency, customization, foresight, and connectedness.
Come and learn how define yourself as a strategic project leader who leads and sustains transformational initiatives by serving all parties. You will learn how to differentiate yourself from the pack of project, program managers and scrum masters by using self-directed leadership methods to become more strategic to your organization.
Jack Ferraro, PMP is the author of The Strategic Project Leader, Mastering Service-based Project Leadership, Second Edition. Jack has 24 years of experience leading project teams and transformational projects. He coaches project managers to transition to strategic leadership roles on traditional and agile projects and programs.
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