Project HEADWAY: What I Wish I Learned At Project Management School
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Most of how project management is taught—and written about—emphasises the process of getting projects done. We learn how to move from initiation to close, and all the steps that theoretically guide us to a complete and successful outcome. We learn the structure and the steps and the roles. What we don’t learn are the messy realities of how projects actually get done, and particularly how they get done in organizations.
In this webinar, Mark Mullaly explores an alternative project management curriculum. Join him to find out what he wished he had learned at project management school—and what we can all benefit from learning as well.
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon