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Project Managers Must Prove Their Strategic Value to Ease C-Suite Concerns

Executives need to be able to point to a person or office that can and will get the job done. Project managers and project management offices must define their roles and responsibilities clearly so no one is left guessing. Their goal should be to leave no opportunity for a colleague to doubt that project management capabilities are the way to translate strategy into performance.
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