Project Management Weekly Reading List #4 is here.
1. Do you take people as they are?
I can’t describe this episode better than Ian Cron himself:
“The Enneagram is a tool that awakens our compassion for people just as they are, not the people we wish they would become so our lives would become easier.”
If you want to take a granular approach to the motivation of your team – you need to listen to it.
2. Everything you need to know about PRINCE2 Certification
Mike Clayton put out an in-depth review of PRINCE2 certification.
The article covers the main principles of the approach and who is it for. Moreover, there’re numerous questions answered. You won’t find that much info in one place.
3. Interested or Committed to becoming a Project Manager?
The line isn’t that thin actually. Many “want to be project managers” are actually looking for shortcuts.
Certifications that will instantly open all doors. A set of soft skill that will make them great leaders. On-the-spot learning…
If you want to become a PM read this for sure:
4. Create your ideal week
I mentioned this one before. One of the productivity boosters I use is Ideal Week. I learned about it from Michael Hyatt.
5. A transformation from Technical Expert to a Leader
A great story and takeaways from experience of a technical expert.
In my environment, I see it all the time. The best technical experts get promoted to a leadership role.
And they suffer.
It’s no longer about the technical skill. It’s about communication, empathy, stakeholder management.
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