How can you turn one failure into a positive experience? Well if you are like most people it is difficult to see the different ways to change things but there are ways to change things. This is seen as a perfect example with the experience of failed project managers that could be the key to developing a great one. To learn how this can be done, read more in this article.
- David’s conclusion, that it can, leads me to wonder … could the negative experiences of Project managers, the skills gaps and the lack of certain natural characteristics within individuals’ make-up point to what makes a great Project Manager?
- The following is based on feedback from Project Managers who have recently left the ‘industry’. With their permission, I’ll share some of the reasons they decided it wasn’t for them.
- Their candid answers illustrate what you need to succeed as an IT Project Manager – so whether you are looking to hire one, seeking to become one or being one already you’re wondering why you’re not currently enjoying the success you feel you deserve
“If you are a great manager and motivator of people you could make a great Project Manager! The key, I think, is to adopt a strategy of managing tasks and things and leading people.”