Nothing personal

Success is often the result of right attitude. This article discusses the problems that ensue when project managers allow their performance to become personal. In doing so, it explains six situations that deeply affected the performance of a project manager that the author had previously mentored. It looks at why project managers must stay focused on serving their teams, projects, and business--and not on their own passion, egos, and desires.
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