Are you the Adaptive Captain of your projects?
At Strategy Execution, we believe that all work gets done through projects, but in today’s complex business environment, those projects don’t always go according to plan. In our new animated video, we use a pilot and a plane to illustrate the uncertainty that project leaders often face when driving projects to completion.
Project managers are trained to create a plan, and execute against that plan. But the most skilled project leaders should know how to turn off auto-pilot, adapt to their circumstances, and take control of a project when it needs to change course. Using a balance of technical and relational skills, project leaders know how to communicate across their organization, manage stakeholders, and engage their team to deliver results.
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