Leadership in Project Management

Program and Project Management

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Carmelo L. Neri
Consultant, Philippines

Leadership in Project Management

I think Rod Chambers is right, leading is the right way in managing a project. If there is a need to stay late, you have to be in the project, you have to set a good example of what a leader is:
1. Always be on time
2. Pick up small items that are left off.
3. Be the last person to go home
4. Be honest
5. Assume ownership
6. Care for your workers and their safety. Try "shepherding"
7. Find time to listen.

  Tomas Martinez
Business Consultant, Mexico
 

Project Leadership Style

In projects, you should have a leadership style combining guiding, participative and training styles, to motivate the work team clearing them how their work is important for the organization. In this way their commitment to the objectives is maximized.
Also it is important to have the work team participating in the goals and concerns of the projects to obtain a working participatory environment.
Finally it is important to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the work team, and link to their personal expectations and careers.

  Muhammad Tahir
Student (MBA), United Kingdom
 

Leadership in Project Management

A project leader should have a broad vision and good understanding of the most important project issues and problems. He/she must have a problem solving mindset. In projects where all processes are d...

  Linda R Smith, United States
 

Project Leadership: Core Values & Rite of Passages

A project leader introduces the core principles as the rite of passage for the staff to adopt and focus on at the moment they enter the project, typically in the development planning stages. It is im...

  Daniel Wachira
Manager, Kenya
 

Leadership in Project Management

From what Carmelo has written, it is clear that a leader in any project must be able to work with his mind and heart. A vision bearer must have these two and they lead any given team....

  Adil hussain, India
 

Leadership in Project Management

Always look for the things ignored and left by others... Be like a hawk and take control of the workers. Appreciate the good work and learn to measure the things which are under your control. Be proac...

  Jide Olaniran, Australia
 

Project Leader: a Manager of Resources

A Project manager or leader is a manager of resources. Apart from managing human resources needed for the successful completion of the project in time and at cost, he must be able to manage other reso...

  Bill Collins, United States
 

Leaders in Project Management

If a distinction is required, - A leader is the person who makes sure the right things are done. - A manager is the person who makes sure things are done right....

 

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The 4C's of an Ideal Project Manager
Project Management Basics
Project Success Factors
Criteria Program versus Project?
Build Project Support First
Creating Ownership in the Project Team
Agile Project Management Methods
Effective Project Communication
Project Manager versus Business Analyst
Objectives of Project Management?
Are Project Managers Born or Made?
Project Manager Soft Skills
Project Hierarchy Structure
Why Project Management? Importance
Cultural Factors in Project Management
Priority: Deliver the Project
Project Expectation Management
How to Prepare Project Reviews?
Project Management Office
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The Use of Mobile Devices in Project Management
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Best Practice: Five Crucial Project Conversations
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Project Transition Into the Operational Activities
Project Downsizing Approaches
Project Lessons Learned
Managing Delays of Projects Caused by Owner

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