Projects can have a lot of moving parts and a lot of people making decisions that impact those moving parts. People come with their own set of parts, including their personalities, their productivity and their ability to work well with others in a team environment. 476 more words
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Every successful project leader faces pressure and stress when attempting to deliver projects on target, on time and on budget.
Use these five specific strategies to help yourself deal with pressure and stress in the short term. 732 more words
I have heard it said that there are 3 kinds of people making up your organization: risk takers, caretakers and undertakers. These three types of folks definitely exist out there, and their approach to dealing with people and projects can have an impact on your team and your project’s success. 440 more words
It was refreshing earlier this week to spend a day with a group representing 4 different businesses all in the construction industry.
Significant as they are small businesses, supplying product in one instance, and contracting construction services in the others. 279 more words
Five Short-Term Coping Mechanisms for Project Management Pressure and Stress
Posted on November 27, 2013 by jhanerltre
Every successful project leader faces pressure and stress to deliver projects on target, on time and on budget. 750 more words
“The speed of the project manager is the speed of the project team.”
Adapted from Lee Iacocca
It’s been said that the average project team member will have 10 or more new project managers over the course of his or her career. 697 more words