What does it take to build a team that can not only keep up with the rapid changes but also be the vanguard of innovation and performance? How can you ensure that your team is equipped with the skills, mindset, and solutions to achieve outstanding results?
As a project manager, one needs to have several tools for managing a successful project. Many project management tools assist with tracking a budget, project progress, and resources, but what about managing the human factors? A project manager can leverage a variety of leadership styles to lead a project.
You probably can’t shoot spiderwebs from your fingertips but you do possess uniquely human powers that allow you to excel at things AI developers can only dream of.
On Monday, October 17, 2022, at 9:00 am Perth (UTC +8), two Jamaican Project Managers started the journey of a trip around the world in 18 hours! This quest started with excitement, curiosity, and an eagerness to explore and learn more about the challenges, trends, and best practices in Project Management.
Four Project Management and Leadership Pitfalls to Avoid When Starting Up a Project
From working on projects we know that an infinite amount of things can go wrong.
In the dynamic realm of project leadership, organizations constantly grapple with a formidable adversary - project failure. As leaders, we are all too familiar with the unique challenges, pitfalls, and uncertainties that each project presents.
Over the last few years, I have transitioned from working as a program/project manager to speaking to, writing for, and coaching project managers. And I have been paying a lot of attention to the tools that bring success. All too often we seek the “one thing” that will magically make us happy, successful, and effective.
As a project leader, juggling timelines, budgets, teams, and managing stakeholder expectations simultaneously can be truly challenging, right? Did you ever stop to think that achieving project success lies in meticulous measurements and assessments—project metrics?