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People Softer Dimensions of Project Management Using The People SIG Lens through the Project Management Cycle ©Association for Project Management
People A People Centric Approach “You have to get along with people, but you also have to recognize that the strength of a team is different people with different perspectives and different personalities.” Steve Case 2 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People Intentions for this Session Introducing The Lens Collective Focusing on people dimensions Exploring the People Lens Increasing effective project management 3 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People The Lens Collective Encourages multiple perspectives Explores the spectrum of possibilities Challenges established paradigms Increases awareness and flexibility 4 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People Health Warnings It is not a panacea It will support your project management processes It does not replace formal project management It is not a checklist It is not exhaustive Continue to employ project management processes! 5 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People People Lens – Personal Am I able to define the range of motivational factors? Do I understand the varied communication styles and preferences of the members of the project team? How well do I lead by example through appropriate behaviour? 6 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People People Lens - Predictive How well do I recognise limitations in individual performance and/or attitude? Am I able to approach the subject without imposing pre-judged outcome? Am I able to apply corporate risk strategies to this project? 7 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People People Lens – Team Oriented Am I able to blend the range of styles to create a team? Am I able to relate to the range of preferences of others? Is the challenge critical enough to warrant a change of personnel? 8 Kristin.Bruni.jpeg ©Association for Project Management 2010 Am I able to blend the range of styles to create a team?
People People Lens Escalation/Resolution Who else can be brought in to help, diffuse or evolve the challenge? Am I sufficiently detached to be objective about the challenge presented? Do I have defined exit strategies that can be readily deployed? 9 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People Broadening Perspective Increase stakeholder confidence and trust in project management Provide a forum for honest and open dialogue of expectations and experience Reduce surprises! 10 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People A Balanced View 11 Broad vision, open minded, seeing possibilities Intense detail, interrogative, exploratory ©Association for Project Management 2010
People Recommendations Employ judicious use of lenses Reflect your experience in project management Be explicit Foster an atmosphere of trust through openness and constructive questioning Learn from your team 12 ©Association for Project Management 2010
People Thank you May I answer any additional questions? People SIG 13 ©Association for Project Management 2010
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