Project Leadership 1: The First Three Steps to Every Project
Sometimes project managers move far too quickly into the project without doing the required groundwork first.
This ProjectBite highlights what, in my mind, are the critical three steps that we should all go through at the front end of every project: ask the right questions before you commit, get the requirements right, and find your people. Miss one of these and you could be in a great deal of trouble.
This is the first in my series on project leadership highlighting the most popular blog posts of my past six years on this subject.
David Barrett, Collingwood, ON - firstname.lastname@example.org
David Barrett is a professional speaker, regular blogger, podcast host, author and education advisor. David’s career includes the creation and directing of a project management conference business: ProjectWorld and Project Summit, a training company, a software development firm, a speaker bureau, and project management portal called ProjectTimes.com and most recently, a TED-style event series for project professionals across North America. He is currently the National Program Director for the Centres of Excellence in Project Management and Business Analysis with the Schulich Executive Education Centre, Schulich School of Business, York University and the founder of the Masters Certificate in Project Management.
He is the author, co-author or ‘compiler’ of 7 books including: ‘The Power of The Plan’, two version of ‘The Keys to Our Success’, ‘Leadership Perspectives’ and ‘7 Elements of Strategy Execution’.
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