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  • Leadership
Stakeholder analysis in practice

Don't forget your stakeholders! Stakeholders need to be cared for and included, otherwise you will give yourself up to rumors with your project. The only thing that saves you is good, forward-looking and adapted communication with and with the right stakeholders. The basis for this is a good…

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  • Leadership
Competence Areas in Project Management

Project management is a highly complex discipline. At first glance it doesn't seem particularly difficult, what a misunderstanding. In the central role of the project manager, not only do the threads come together, but also the most diverse expectations and requirements. So what should these…

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  • Prince2, Leadership
P3O? … Sometimes I love the British

In our regions, project management is a strict discipline, often complicated by a scientific systematology. How I appreciate British approaches. They are also systematic, but pragmatically systematic.

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  • Leadership
Five Steps to build Consensus in a Team

Project-MANAGEMENT means to take a lot of decisions on the way. Most of them within the core team of the project. Lonely decisions by the project manager add up in getting into trouble: Nobody will engage when it comes to execution. But there are ways to reach good and widely accepted decisions in a…

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  • Leadership
Don't forget your stakeholders

In most of the projects we focus too much on the tasks to fulfill and the goals we have to achieve. As good project managers we have learned that well defined goals are those that are under our control. But the project's environment is heavily competing who really decides about success of fail of…

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  • Leadership
Organization design for project practice

The organization design approach was actually developed for strategic projects by large companies. But it is also a great tool for smaller projects and for project-oriented companies.

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