The number one cause of failure on the people side of project management stems from ineffective or inadequate leadership. Leading High Performance Projects explains how project managers can adopt the most appropriate style under a given set of circumstances, encourage greater teaming, become more effective decision-makers, reduce incidences of negative conflict and eliminate opportunities for 'negative energy' to permeate a project. Ralph L. Kliem, President of Practical Creative Solutions, is an accomplished author of hundreds of articles and 12 books primarily in project management.The following review on leadership thinking and studies provides a similar revelation. TRAIT THEORY OF LEADERSHIP For many years, experts on leadership focused their attention on what has become known as the trait theory ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Leading High Performance Projects|
|Author||:||Ralph L. Kliem|
|Publisher||:||J. Ross Publishing - 2004-04-15|