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In the knowledge economy, author Alexander Laufer, PhD, says there is no ‘one best way’ to manage projects. Through eight remarkable case studies, he guides you to tailor your leadership to your project’s unique context.
Take an interactive look at information and data on the high cost of low performance in project, program and portfolio management and the way forward.
Includes data for the U.K., Europe, Latin America and government compared with global results.
Mayday, a Taiwanese band with a massive following, attracted 200,000 fans to Beijing’s national stadium in 2012 to promote their album, “Noah’s Ark.”
Read how passion, performance and program management come together for their management company, Believe Music, in a Voices post by Roger Chou, PgMP.
Girish Dharan, PMP, addressed a real-life challenge in managing his program’s stakeholders by creating a matrix to identify the leaders, followers and “game changers.” He used the matrix to help clarify roles and relevant actions to take — an approach you can apply to your projects.