Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video What is a triple-threat leader?, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
- A bit of history, maybe is the best way…to answer this question first.…There's project management,…and the Project Management Institute,…and there's associations associated with that.…What has come along since then,…are two other particular drives,…particular focuses on projects.…One is business analysis,…so you get the International Institute of…Business Analysis, that sort of thing, okay?…And that's focusing on business processes,…business process changes and efficiencies,…and collecting good requirements for making the change…that you want to make in a project.…
On the other hand, and this is relatively new,…and I say that in the past two or three years,…is the Change Management Institute.…Change management is ultimately…after the project is installed.…I've made my changes, I've put things in,…and now the business wants to gain…the best efficiency from the change that they've made.…You want to ultimately use the tools,…you ultimately use this new capability,…but people sometimes are going to…take awhile to get used to it.…
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- What is a triple-threat leader?
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- Preventing scope creep
- Learning to say no