Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video On applying courageous leadership, part of Insights from a Project Manager.
Okay.…I wish I made up the phrase Intelligence dis-obedience but I didn't.…Intelligence disobedience comes from the world of guide dogs.…Think about this for a minute.…You do not want a guide dog to do everything…its master commands when the master commands it to do so.…Right.…There's going to be obstacles, there's going to be a car…coming, there's going to be some, a curb, whatever the case…may be The dog, therefore, needs to understand…the goal and objective that its master has.…
Determine where it wants to go.…But then disobey those commands in certain…circumstances for the benefit of both of them.…It disobeys the command, intelligently.…The dog is constantly in search for this possibility.…When I think of a project manager, the project manager's working with…a team, is working directly with the product that is being developed.…Kind of like the dog that has additional information from sight.…
That its master does not.…The project manager has got some information that…the sponsor and senior stakeholders may not have.…
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