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Leadership Principles for Project Success par [Juli, Thomas]

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Présentation de l'éditeur

This book is about project success and the secret to achieving this success, effective project leadership. Filled with samples, templates, and guidelines, it covers the five principles of effective project leadership: building vision, nurturing collaboration, promoting performance, cultivating learning, and ensuring results. Using nontechnical language, this practical guide explains how to integrate these principles into daily work to help you effectively set up, manage, and align your projects for success.

Praise for: 

… a great leadership book with five sound leadership principles. … any project manager or leader would benefit from this book. ... filled with common sense suggestions on how to start new projects using the five principles and what to do to bring troubled projects back into alignment.
—Patrick S. Durkin, Retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel in PM World Today, December 2010, Vol. XII, Issue XII

I love this book. … fun and interesting to read …on my short list of recommended readings and references for an effective leader’s toolbox.
—Neal Whitten, PMP, Best Selling Project Management Author

… a great resource for not only projects, but for success in life in general.
—Lee Cockerell, Former Executive V.P., Walt Disney World Resort

… an essential step-by-step reference for the professional project manager.
—Robert Urwiler, CIO, Vail Resorts Inc.

Thomas Juli has drawn on his substantial experience in project management to show the way to success.
—Murray Weidenbaum, Former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Ronald Reagan

 ... contains many helpful suggestions for creating ‘Wow Projects’: i.e. projects that surprise and delight their clients.
—Stephen Denning, Author of The Leader's Guide to Radical Management and The Secret Language of Leadership

… provides an excellent range of tools and advice to elevate your project role from manager to leader.

—Peter Taylor, Accomplished Leader, Professional Speaker, and Author of The Lazy Project Manager

… provides the reader with solid leadership concepts that are supported with a clear understanding of how to apply them specifically in the project environment.
—Michael O'Brochta, PMP, President, Zozer, Inc., Former Senior Project Manager at the CIA, Thought Leader, Author, Lecturer, and Trainer

 … practical examples and templates enhance the quality of this exceptional book.
—Ginger Levin, Ph.D., PMP, PgMP, Project Management Consultant, and Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Platteville

Biographie de l'auteur

Thomas Juli is an experienced, enthusiastic, and results-driven manager. He provides leading-edge program and operational management, offering more than 12 years of progressive leadership and management experience in various functions including project and program management, management consulting, business analysis, professional training, and academic teaching. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP©) by the Project Management Institute and a Certified Scrum Master (CSM) by the Scrum Alliance.

He is managing director of Thomas Juli Empowerment Partners, a professional service organization for innovative empowerment, consulting, and interim management. Prior to starting his own consulting business, Juli worked for SAP and two leading management and IT consultancies, Sapient and Cambridge Technology Partners. He consulted for various companies in telecommunications, energy, manufacturing banking and the public sector. He has spoken at conferences on project management and customer relationship management and has written articles on project management for professional journals.

Before entering business, Juli was engaged in research in the fields of economics and U.S. foreign policy. He holds a doctorate with distinction in international studies from the University of Miami, and a masters degree in economics from Washington University in St. Louis.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 11111 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 284 pages
  • Editeur : CRC Press; Édition : 1 (25 août 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00918NMPC
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According to a 2009 report by the Standish Group, only 32 percent of projects delivered the required scope on time and on budget. The report found that the plurality of projects - 44 percent - were late or over budget, while 24 percent were total failures. These are not encouraging statistics for companies facing the unprecedented combination of accelerating change, increasing complexity, and decreasing budgets.

Thomas Juli's book, Leadership Principles for Project Success, is a timely and welcome guide for business leaders who are under increased pressure to do more with less. Juli points out that traditional project management tools are insufficient to handle today's new business challenges. We can no longer rely exclusively on the linear mechanics of tracking activities, due dates, and assignments to keep projects on target. In today's fast-paced and complex business environment, Juli argues that project leadership needs to complement project management to assure consistent project success.

The book outlines the five principles of the Project Leadership Pyramid: build vision, nurture collaboration, promote performance, cultivate learning, and ensure results. Each of these principles accentuates the importance of recognizing that projects are fundamentally human endeavors and that if the human aspects of a project, especially in fast-changing times, are not thought through, there is little chance of project success. Perhaps this explains why only one in three projects is delivered successfully.

These principles are effective because they recognize that when people have the opportunity to participate in building the project vision, they can personally identify with the project objectives and are able to relate the vision to their daily activities. They also recognize that teamwork is more than the sum of individual activities. It's about the level of collaboration that binds the team members together into a holistic symbiosis. Leaders who practice these principles understand that promoting performance requires bringing people together to focus on solutions and results so they may avoid becoming mired in problems, which is often a consequence of traditional project management. When these principles are followed, people are not punished for mistakes because savvy leaders know how to transform errors into learning opportunities. By accepting that mistakes happen, anomalies surface early in the life of a project when there are more options for solutions, thus avoiding the inevitable 11th hour issues that often plague traditional project management. Finally, by defining interim results and checking back with the customers, these principles assure that projects remain on track so they may be delivered on time and on budget.

Leadership Principles for Project Success contains numerous practical examples of how project leaders can use tools, such as Guided Brainstorming, Vision-Building Workshops, and Team-Norming Workshops to create predictable project success within their organizations. If you want to improve the odds that your projects will deliver results on time and on budget, this book is the secret to project success.
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