In today’s digital world, work is planned and executed through mission-based teams. As a result, project and program management skills are more necessary and more in demand than ever before.
Senior leaders acknowledge that their organizations struggle to bridge the gap between strategy and execution. In the digital age, teams are fluid and agile. A team member may be asked to step into a formal PM role at any time.
Project Managers need skills across many dimensions in order to maintain project momentum, spur team engagement, manage change, overcome conflict, use judgment and decisiveness, and ultimately bring projects across the finish line on budget, on time and within scope.