Project Management Success – Discuss

Discussion on PM Success

We’re inviting you to take part in what Linda Richman would’ve called a little coffee talk amongst project managers.

For the March issue of Project Management Tipoffs (the acclaimed newsletter with over 16,000 subscribers on project management & recruitment from Arras People), we want to know more about the finer details that help ensure or guarantee repeated results of success in project managers today: how much of it is trainiGo to our LinkedIn Discussion to throw in your tupence on project management successng? Softer skills? On the job experience? How much of a role does failure and the lessons you’ve learned from that have? We want to hear what you have to say about it, and we’ve got a couple discussion formats for you to sound off on:

  • Here at the Camel. Just add a comment below, and we’ll be sure to cite you in Project Management Tipoffs.
  • Our LinkedIn Discussion. The early returns from our discussion currently feature some solid points (only some of which I’ve made myself)

Join us on the discussion boards, we’ll share thoughts and ideas about project management success. No big whoop.


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  1. Have to says it’s the so called ‘soft skills’ of working with people and understanding what makes each individual within a project team and client organisation tick that is a winner each time.

  2. I agree with Paul. It’s all well and good being well qualified, well experienced and even technically gifted, but if your ‘soft skills’ are lacking then your in trouble.

    These are too often overlooked, yet without them there the one thing really needed to ensure a successful project, good communication, fails from the start.

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