Specific Things the Best Project Leaders are Doing to Drive the Business
The Cost of Tactical Project Management and Opportunity of Strategic Project Leadership
Achieving successful results demands that the project-based work you are engaged with be tied to business strategy and goals, then delivered efficiently, effectively, and predictably. Consequently, project management is fast becoming a strategic focal point for operational excellence in many organizations. Many of today's project leaders are cross-functional, strategic assets, but the tactical and task-oriented detail of project management (while still critical to success), is far from the only skill set that project leaders need to have.
The Cost of Tactical Project Management and Opportunity of Strategic Project Leadership discusses:
- The limitations of tactical project management and the opportunities presented by taking a more strategic approach
- Tips for making the move from tactical to strategic, through skills development and organizational alignment
- Specific things that project leaders are doing to move the business — and themselves — ahead
Project-based workers are being stretched and tested. Project leaders are raising their technical skills, building their business acumen and soft-skill repertoires, and broadening their ranges of experience in order to better serve the business and grow their careers.