|Speaker: Dr. Henrique Moura, XPM Consulting|
Project managers frequently gave an ambivalent relationship with problematic projects. On one hand, these projects are demanding in personal terms, with mismatched expectations, pressure, conflict and lots of work. On the other hand, they require us to use best practice in project management: establishing leadership, prioritising problems, bringing people together with a common vision, negotiating objectives and problem solving.
This seminar suggests a confident and controlled approach for identifying and managing projects in difficulty. This approach requires negotiation and stabilisation of the project’s objectives until these prove to be systematically acceptable and viable. It also includes identifying and solving problems related to people, processes and products.
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