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Given the many job descriptions, responsibilities and duties, as well as the various ‘hats’ a Project Manager must wear, can we ever really agree on a single, common sense perspective in regards to Project Manager competencies?
Formal Change Management plans will specify the particulars of familiarization, indoctrination, user training, information delivery, and communication at-large to the appropriate organization units and/or roles to make new technology transitions digestible. Of course, this regimen is indispensable. The less formal, practiced behaviors of those managing change are the focus of this article.
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Back before Project Portfolio Management was so universal a ‘concept,’ lacking the assortment of scholarly works, consulting organizations, and PPM System Vendors - PPM existed in a kinder, gentler world.
From the moment you sit down for an interview you need to present yourself as an asset worth paying for. Act like a leader and you’ll be treated like one.
Their goal is to enable talented individuals to connect with one another as well as the business community, to share knowledge and experience. Their desire is to see our communities grow and prosper while strengthening our country’s economy.
But for any position, there are really two sets of qualifications being vetted, not only the fit between your skill set and the technical demands of the job, but also the fit between your personality and the culture of the workgroup you’re hoping to hire into.