Being “Collaborative” in Project Management

Being “Collaborative” in Project Management

Gail Levitt

Are you a true collaborator, or do you just think you are?  If you asked your stakeholders if you are being truly “collaborative” when you interact with them, would they say “yes” or “no”?  Their perceptions can make a big difference for project success or failure.  Learn the four obstacles to collaboration, and how they contribute to many project managers’ beliefs that they are being truly “collaborative,” when, in fact, four key obstacles to collaboration and three common project management myths serve as roadblocks.  Learn about three ways that you can ensure that you are being truly “collaborative” with others in credible and effective ways. Explore the mindset and language of collaboration for consistency in how you think and act when you attempt to collaborate.  Identify four simple steps you can take to make being “collaborative” a reality for you and your team, without taking too much time, and for peak performance.

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