The new face of the project team member
There is a trend in project management to evaluate project success quickly and superficially. The criteria for real success goes beyond simply asking if the project came in on time and under budget. Trends indicate a changing profile of those people who are choosen to lead projects. This article offers a new paradigm for project management, expanding the static categories of time, cost, and scope. It includes strategic thinking, continual reassessment of risks and opportunities, and sensitivity to stakeholders. Tips are offered on communicating project management principles, as the skill-building approach yields to a more holistic and integrated, culture-creation approach.