Gain an Organizational Performance Edge Through Adaptive Project Leadership

How Strategic Project Leadership Training Drives Business Success

Gain an Organizational Performance Edge Through Adaptive Project Leadership

How Strategic Project Leadership Training Drives Business Success

Is Your Talent Equipped to Achieve Goals? 

Business success depends on the delivery of an ever-changing, ever-growing series of projects, programs and portfolios. As a line of business leader, to drive success you must effectively manage talent against new demands and requirements. With much of the workforce devoted to executing against strategic initiatives, one way to up skill for success and talent retention is to invest in the competencies required to deliver projects effectively.

Gain an Organizational Performance Edge Through Adaptive Project Leadership discusses:

  • How most business activity falls into the realm of projects, though the labels may vary (e.g., product launch, strategic initiative, department reorganization)
  • Signs that your team is trying to manage project-based work without the technical and relational skills critical to project success
  • How an investment in training and development for your team can bridge the gap between strategy and execution, and also establish a culture that attracts, develops and retains top talent

This article offers context on the modern business environment, examines how effective project leadership bridges strategy and execution, and provides guidance for assessing training needs and selecting a professional development program that meets business requirements while also helping individual employees with their personal growth expectations and goals.

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