Rising star

To obtain an executive position, project managers must act boldly. This article features the director of program management at global telecom provider Telcordia Technologies (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) explaining six techniques that can help project managers demonstrate their executive ability in ways that show they are capable of performing in executive-level roles. In doing so, it details how the author used each technique to demonstrate his executive aptitude and how the process of learning and performing each technique prepared him to perform in high-level roles.
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