176: Practical Strategy for Project Management
Published January 19, 2015
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    It’s one thing to put together a project management plan and determine who should do what when. It’s entirely another to lead a project. On this show, some practical strategy tips for project management.


    Susanne Madsen
    Author, The Power of Project Leadership* and The Project Management Coaching
    Workbook*
    Susanne Madsen International


    Susanne Madsen is an internationally recognized project leadership coach, trainer, speaker and consultant. Susanne specializes in helping project managers transform into leaders.

    “Most organizations jump very quickly from the idea stage to the doing stage.” -Susanne Madsen

    Project definition: it's key to determine the value the project offers to the organization

    Be strong enough to show weakness and ask the dumb questions

    Two problems in managing risk

    Not properly dealing with expected risks
    Paying little or no attention to unexpected risks

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