PM ask themselves about ‘the minimum’ for any given project management process – as if the rest of the process is somehow superfluous and anyone who does those extra bits is wasting effort. Ultimately, if stakeholders are happy and the work is progressing and under control, then I’m winning!
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Dear all, Most probably you have already met a situation when you knew the real project or program status and you were under pressure to commit yourself that it would be delivered within budget, on time and to the expected quality even though you knew it couldn't without any change.
Mindset is the way of thinking, the core set of beliefs or assumptions about myself and about the world, that determines the behavior, outlooks and attitudes towards everything. So how a leader's mindset should look like?
Lesson #7: Lack of Accountability
Lesson #6: Risk Management
Lesson #5: Miscommunication
Lesson #4: Scope Creep
Lesson #3: Unrealistic Deadlines
Lesson #1: Keeping Teams on The Same Page
Lesson #2: Poorly Defining the Goals And Objectives