Do you really "get" your job?

Only when each project team member understands their role and their responsibility does each individual really understand their job and the expectations that others have of them. This article examines how project managers can better define their role and responsibility so as to improve their own project performance as well as the project performance of the project team members working under and above them. In doing so, it lists five signs--and describes six examples--of marginal leadership. It then explains a process that project managers can use to help their project team members understand their project roles, a process that can help team members improve their performance once they understand what the project manager expects of them.
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