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Most literature on project management presents the story from the project owner’s perspective. Here you’ll explore challenges and remedies from the perspective of project vendors. Learn about a new model that integrates the role of the supplier as a member of the owner’s project team with their own needed activities such as marketing and selling.
Organizations often manage so many projects at any one time that they fail to assess thoroughly the alignment of projects and programs to strategy. Our 2015 Thought Leadership Series reveals the critical factors for delivering bold change and successful implementation of strategic initiatives.
Ethics are essential since acting ethically leads to trust. Once your team members trust you, they can begin to follow you. Beware of shortcuts, however, and be sure to hold your colleagues accountable for ethical behavior.
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Economic Conditions are Mixed
More projects are back on track along with more training for project professionals. But fewer project managers were hired compared to Q4 of 2014.
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