Being a project manager in an organization is hardly an easy job. You spend your days trying to get others in the business to help you reach your goals – deliver that project on time, within budget and within the quality expectations of the stakeholders. And frequently you are doing all of this with […]
Part III: Checking In With the Team
Read Part I and Part II to catch up on our story.
When we left off, the project manager was having a team meeting with his team to specifically discuss the feedback from the two questions he posed. As you will recall, he developed a plan for how […]
Part II: The Team Meeting
Read Part I to catch up on our story.
When we left off, the project manager had asked his team to respond to the following two questions:
What is he doing effectively as the project team leader? What does he need to learn to do better to be more effective […]
I was talking to a project manager the other day who was complaining about his team. Specifically, he felt that the team members were a serious problem on the team and were detrimental to the success of the initiative. To make a very long story short….in conversations with him about what was going on, it […]