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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Project Management Coaching Workbook.
London : Management Concepts Press, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (228 pages)|
|Contents:||Title Page; Copyright; About the Author; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; The Six-Step Journey; How to Use this Workbook; Step 1: What Do You Want to Achieve? Create Your Vision and Mission Statement; What Is Project Management?; Management vs. Leadership; What Is a Good Project Manager?; Role Models; Identify Your Strengths; Identify Your Project Management Challenges; Identify Your Limiting Factor; Write Your Vision and Mission Statement; Examples of Vision and Mission Statements; Step 2: Self-Assessment: Create a Benchmark of Your Current Skill Set. Your Self-AssessmentSkills and Knowledge; Project Initiation and Planning; Managing Product Quality; Tracking Cost and Schedule; Risk, Issue, and Scope Management; Managing and Motivating the Team; Stakeholder Relationships and Communication; Self-Management; Leadership Behavior; Project Stability and Identity; Consolidate Your Scores; Analyze Your Scores; Gap Analysis; Step 3: 360° Feedback: Seek Feedback from Managers, Peers, and Customers; 360° Feedback Form: Project Management Performance Review; Skills and Knowledge; Project Initiation and Planning; Managing Product Quality. Tracking Cost and ScheduleRisk, Issue, and Scope Management; Managing and Motivating the Team; Stakeholder Relationships and Communication; Self-Management; Leadership Behavior; Project Stability and Identity; Incorporate 360° Feedback into Your Workbook; Consolidate Your Scores; Analyze Your Scores; Refine Your Gap Analysis; Step 4: Action: Create an Action Plan and Move Forward; Action Planning; Draw Your Goal Map; Take Action and Create Stepping Stones for Success; Step 5: Guiding Practices: Learn More about Project Management and Leadership Techniques. What Causes Poor Project Delivery and Failure?Guiding Principles for Project Management Success; Project Success Criteria; Managing Risks and Issues; Risk Management; Issue Management; Initiating and Planning a Project; Managing Changes to Scope; Team Motivation; Adaptive Leadership; Stakeholder Management; Building Trusting and Lasting Stakeholder Relationships; Time Management; Stress Management; Lessons Learned; Step 6: Progress Review: Examine Your Progress and Determine Next Steps; Review; Closing Note; Index.|
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