Main Menu
Home / Project Management / Why is it a project manager’s job to fix companies?

Why is it a project manager’s job to fix companies?

Projects can pull people from the comfortable every-day world of the office and push them into a team of high stress, high stakes decision making. While the work can be tricky enough, the project manager and team members also have to walk the tightrope of project politics: the processes that lead to decisions in the project by different members of the project team. In this interview from PM4Girls, Nita Martin discusses how the majority of problems that arise from project politics can be dealt with by simply looking at your own motivation, others' motivations, and determine the most objective course from that knowledge. By being objective about the needs and wants of all people involved, work can progress successfully without stepping on anyone's toes!






About Anne Grybowski

Anne is a former staff writer for CAI's Accelerating IT Success, with a degree in Media Studies from Penn State University.

Check Also

Avoid Ambiguity to Improve Performance

There are all sorts of factors that can plague a project that are outside of …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sorry, but this content
is for our subscribers only!

But subscribing to ACCELERATING IT SUCCESS is FREE and only one click away!
Join more than 40,000 IT Professionals and get the best IT management articles to your mailbox with Accelerating IT Success!

Unsubscribe at any time