Leading Projects Through Rock Bottom
Presented by Brian Turner
Rock Bottom, the place where projects stall and fail can also be a place of opportunity and creativity. The Halo Effect is the basic human tendency to make inferences based on general impressions. We are quick to blame failing projects on poor leadership, bad requirements and ineffective project management.
But project performance is inherently relative. Many highly effective leaders making the right decisions with the right controls still find their projects at Rock Bottom. The key ingredients are: understanding what got you there; taking a big picture view of how to move forward; and architecting a multi-threaded solution that positions the project for success.
This presentation provides leaders with a decision making framework to understand the dynamics of projects as they land at Rock Bottom, a framework on how executives make decisions to move forward, and strategies for leading the executive and a troubled project team forward towards a successful conclusion.
PDU # C331_011910