As we start off 2017, I like to think about where I want to develop in the upcoming year. Delegation is a skill where I do not have much practice. But I have a few ideas about how to do it successfully and why it will likely create a win-win situation for everyone involved.
How does root cause problem solving and the 5 Whys tool apply to your role as a project manager? I find that if I’m not asking questions as a project manager, I’m solving problems. And most of the time, one leads to the other. Read on to see how you can apply this thinking across your work as a project manager.
Change is really the only thing you can depend on – change in technology, in process, in leadership, in strategy, in priorities. Shifting behavior in support of those changes is easier said than done. Check out what questions I suggest you ask yourself and your stakeholders to help incite behavior change.
How many times have you asked yourself why you are doing what you are doing, thinking that there must be a better way? Here are some Do’s and Don’ts that you can consider as a project manager, and then make the necessary changes to create a better work environment for all.
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