Let the Project Intent determine the Project Team’s Posture
Following on from my last article “when project management gets in the road of good project management” I was asked by clients what I meant by this.
In summary not all projects are the same and therefore you should not treat them with a homogeneous approach. There are a lot of learnings that can be incorporated into the standard approach, but you can inadvertently be solving for the wrong problem. Sometimes taking the same approach to the same problem in different contexts can lead to a poor outcome.
In reviewing projects across many sectors and organisations I am becoming more concerned that project managers are following a standard
Congratulations you have just been appointed the Project Manager (PM) for this very important project. The Sponsor has handed you
The strategy consultants have weaved their magic with the Executive Team and the Board to define an exciting new direction.