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Leadership Principles for Project Success

Leadership Principles for Project Success Summary:
C.RC Press | 2010 | ISBN: 143983461X | 284 pages | PDF | 2,7 MB

This book is about project success and the secret to achieving this success, effective project leadership. Filled with samples, templates, and guidelines, it covers the five principles of effective project leadership: building vision, nurturing collaboration, promoting performance, cultivating learning, and ensuring results. Using nontechnical language, this practical guide explains how to integrate these principles into daily work to help you effectively set up, manage, and align your projects for success. I love this book. … takes what could be a tedious and laborious subject and makes it fun and interesting to read … full of anecdotal examples … on my short list of recommended readings and references for an effective leader’s toolbox.
—Neal Whitten, PMP, Best Selling Project Management Author … a great resource for not only projects, but for success in life in general. Start everything of importance with a clear vision and you will end with success.
—Lee Cockerell, Former Executive V.P., Walt Disney World Resort … an essential step-by-step reference for the professional project manager.
—Robert Urwiler, CIO, Vail Resorts Inc. Thomas Juli has drawn on his substantial experience in project management to show the way to success.
—Murray Weidenbaum, Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Ronald Reagan ... contains many helpful suggestions for creating ‘Wow Projects’: i.e. projects that surprise and delight their clients.
—Stephen Denning, Author of The Leader's Guide to Radical Management and The Secret Language of Leadership … provides an excellent range of tools and advice to elevate your project role from manager to leader.
—Peter Taylor, Accomplished Leader, Professional Speaker, and Author of The Lazy Project Manager … contributes a simple yet powerful model, along with personal stories, that motivate and guide people along a path to greater project success.
—Randall L. Englund, Co-author of Creating an Environment for Successful Projects, Creating the Project Office, and Project Sponsorship ... thoroughly written and compelling … provides the reader with solid leadership concepts that are supported with a clear understanding of how to apply them specifically in the project environment.
—Michael O'Brochta, PMP, President, Zozer, Inc., Former Senior Project Manager at the CIA, Thought Leader, Author, Lecturer, and Trainer … discusses the key principles for success. … practical examples and templates enhance the quality of this exceptional book.
—Ginger Levin, Ph.D., PMP, PgMP, Project Management Consultant, and Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Platteville