Fill the Vacuum

Proactive Project Professionals Can Help Organizations See the Value of Real Leadership

It's an odd thing to note in 2018: At many organizations, there's a project leadership vacuum. I see this in many IT business units I encounter. There are plenty of projects in motion, of course. Many companies just choose not to view project management as a core competency that supports successful planning and delivery.
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