Moving from corporate strategy to project strategy

leadership in project management

Although many management professionals attest to the significant role project management plays in helping organizations more effectively and efficiently implement corporate strategy, the literature lacks empirically based evidence that either proves this claim or outlines a process for accomplishing this feat. This paper explores this subject by focusing on leadership as the key to developing corporate strategy and implementing strategy through projects. In doing so, it suggests possible revisions to PMI's PMBOK® Guide, revisions pertaining to project strategy, value management, and project leadership. It also defines the management of portfolios, programs, and projects and analyzes responses from a topical questionnaire involving PMI Europe members, responses revealing both the role of leadership in project management and the processes, practices, and people issues involved in implementing strategy through programs and projects. It then reviews four case studies, examining how organizations in dynamic indust
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