An Understanding of How to Maximize Organizational Culture with Project Management AURA – Model for High Performance

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Overview

he application of a project management methodology impacts culture in the following ways:                  

a) Project Management Practices culture – the application of defined practices leads to behavioral change

b) Collaborative Leadership culture – project management is a leadership intensive endeavor

c) Change Management culture – the project management approach deals with change in the workplace

d) Organizational Learning culture – capturing lessons learned creates organizational knowledge leading to continuous improvements  

Together, the above, synergize into a strengths-based organizational culture and can result in miracles in an organization’s performance, productivity, and sustainability. Since a supportive culture may be considered a mandatory requirement for the successful advancement of business, organizational culture needs to be managed.  

Organizations desiring high performance should develop a high performing culture with supporting systems. These serve as an emotional driving force for the advancement and implementation of strategy in order to reach desired goals effectively and efficiently.

Managing culture is a continuous endeavor. In this webinar, you will learn how to maximize supportive culture with Project Management-AURA Model to create a strong competitive edge in the market. Here the word "AURA” is used symbolically to refer to enlightened individuals who exude a certain energy that attracts or enlightens others. This displayed power may come from knowledge, experience, or leadership and is described as individual aura. Project team members may be coached to channel this personal aura to perform at their peak.

The PM AURA-Model for high performing organizational culture has the following dimensions:

A – Applying PM Principles for Organizational Transformation                         

U – Understanding Human Factors and Workplace Environment                                

R – Respecting Diversity, Building Team, Meaningfulness, and Growing to Leadership Role

A – Agility in Project Management and Collaboration  

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Acknowledgements: Laura Schofield and Derrick May

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