Project Leadership

Escalation strategies in leadership management

What is escalation and why is it needed in the leadership management process? This is the process whereby a project manager can flag issues or potential roadblocks that relate to the project and which can jeopardize its delivery to higher level such as senior stakeholders / sponsors of a project in order to highlight it […]

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Weekly or regular leadership calls – What are they and why are they so important

Weekly or Bi-Weekly calls are regularly timetabled calls or in-person meetings (or a combination of both) to communicate all the relevant information and updates related to a project that a team are working on. The weekly project meeting is exclusively for the project team itself and differs from a stakeholder meeting which has less regularly,

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Forming, Storming, Performing and Norming – Project Management and Leadership

There are 4 main stages relating to a Project team’s development and as a Project Manager it is important to know and appreciate each one to assist with and ensure that a project progresses to successful completion. These stages are strongly associated with PMP. Let us go through each stage in sequential order and outline

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Being the Bill Murray of Business

Recently I watched The Bill Murray Stories: Life Lessons Learned from a Mythical Man, the 2018 documentary about the great man himself. The documentary recounts tales of Bill being a happy go lucky guy, gate-crashing parties, joining in on random softball parties and going to dinner parties of people he vaguely knows, turning up announced.

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Toyota – From the Brink of Collapse to a Global Presence

Toyota are renowned for producing very dependable and high value cars. Extremely popular in their own domestic, Japanese market they are also popular in Asia, Europe and the US. Toyota manufacture millions of cars per year. It seems like they have been successful forever….. However, this was not always the case. Founded in the 1930s

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