6 Principles for Building Trusting and Lasting Relationships with Your Stakeholders - Guest Post by Sussane Madsen

6 Principles for Building Trusting and Lasting Relationships with Your Stakeholders – Guest Post by Susanne Madsen

Your ability to build trusting and lasting relationships with your stakeholders is one of the key ingredients to becoming a successful project manager. To improve the way you communicate and interact with people, use the below best practice principles. As you read through them, ask yourself how good you are on a scale from 1 to 10 at using that particular principle in your daily interactions. Continue reading 6 Principles for Building Trusting and Lasting Relationships with Your Stakeholders – Guest Post by Susanne Madsen

Organization Culture: The stepping stone to Project Success

What’s missing in the picture? If it isn’t the planning, tools, processes or resources, then what is it? Culture! According to PMI’s Pulse of the Profession 2014 – The High Cost of Low Performance, high-performing organizations successfully complete 89% of projects, while low performers only complete 36% successfully. That’s the power of culture. Continue reading Organization Culture: The stepping stone to Project Success

9 Principles of Success for First Time Project Managers

Graduating into a Project Manager role is an important milestone in career. Taking ownership of the first project is such an exciting feeling. It’s like setting out on a maiden voyage in your new boat. There are some nerves of course, but that’s natural with everything new. To ensure success on your first project, it’s important you have bases covered Continue reading 9 Principles of Success for First Time Project Managers