Originally published in August, 2015 I was recently listening to a group of teenagers talk about their summer jobs and most of the talk was about the leadership style that
Author: David Barrett
As project managers, we are very good at setting expectations at the front end of the engagement. The more experienced we are, and the closer the project is to our
When leaders start thinking strategically, the creative juices flow. What are we capable of doing? How far can we take this? What could tomorrow look like? What would happen if…?
The key to a leader’s success (project managers included), says Bill Bates in the book “The Keys to Our Success” www.thekeystooursuccess.com , is to “exercise (your) leadership skills and abilities
Depending on the industry, the organization or the culture within an area, this can be a very risky question to ask. There are many potential answers: Because this is in
One of the most common mistakes a project manager makes is that they spend more time ‘project managing’ than they do ‘managing their projects’. Whether we are newcomers to the