9781439826676-1439826676-Moving from Project Management to Project Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leading Groups (Systems Innovation Book Series)

Moving from Project Management to Project Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leading Groups (Systems Innovation Book Series)

ISBN-13: 9781439826676
ISBN-10: 1439826676
Edition: 1
Author: Bull, R. Camper
Publication date: 2010
Publisher: CRC Press
Format: Hardcover 300 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781439826676
ISBN-10: 1439826676
Edition: 1
Author: Bull, R. Camper
Publication date: 2010
Publisher: CRC Press
Format: Hardcover 300 pages

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Acknowledged authors Bull, R. Camper wrote Moving from Project Management to Project Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leading Groups (Systems Innovation Book Series) comprising 300 pages back in 2010. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1439826676 and 9781439826676. Since then Moving from Project Management to Project Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leading Groups (Systems Innovation Book Series) textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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Imagine if we were using the same medical techniques today that were used during the Industrial Revolution, including the practice of bloodletting using leeches. Medicine has come a long way since then. So why do organizations and corporations cling to management techniques that are just as obsolete as the bleed-and-leech model? In a global workplace that is more diverse and filled with entirely new challenges, now is the time for organizations to evolve to a more effective style of leadership and project management.

A roadmap for leading projects and groups, Moving from Project Management to Project Leadership: A Practical Guide to Leading Groups covers the theory, strategy, and tactics that create high-performing teams and organizations. The first half of the book delineates the theories and practical knowledge required to be an extraordinarily effective leader. It defines what it is, exactly, that you need to do to be the best leader you can be. The second half of the book provides the tools and processes required to put that knowledge into place.

The author explores the theory that it’s all about the communication. By paying close attention to organizational clarity and the way messages are transmitted within your organization, you will find new ways of empowering people while increasing efficiency ― something the old management style can rarely boast. If project leadership is the main thesis of this book, the power of effective top-down communication is the tune you’ll be humming after putting this book down.

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