Project Implementation (aka project delivery or execution) is when things get going. After definition, scoping & planning, it’s time to make things happen.
Here’s where you implement your project, execute your plan, and deliver the benefits your sponsor commissioned. So, although I’d argue that this is the easy bit, you have to get it right.
I’d argue that servant leadership the an approach no leader can afford to ignore. So, in this video, I’ll answer the question: ‘What is Servant Leadership?’
As a Project Manager, you need to get to grips with Project Politics. But you may say:’I’m a Project Manager; not a Politician.’ Well, you’re both!
What is Project Management? The definition of Project Management is a question that every project manager needs an answer to.
The spread of the Coronavirus infection COVID-19 is now global. It is starting to look like many countries could see massive disruption.
If your project does not have a good enough Communications Plan, people won’t know as much as they want to know. And that can mean trouble.
Handling contradictions is a challenge of project management. You need to be able to make decisions, even when you are uncertain about a situation.
We hear that ‘Project Management is 80 percent Communication’ a lot. And this puts Project Communications Management at the heart of your PM practice.
Your work builds up and your problems increase. Deadlines loom. Before you know it, you’re feeling overwhelmed. What you need is my Overwhelm Routine.
You’ve delivered your project. But now your client/sponsor wants a second project phase. How can you integrate this into your project?