Are you dissatisfied with the way in which projects are progressing in your company - or do you have the feeling that the implementation costs are too high? Do you sense that the uncontrolled proliferation of PM tools and templates is making it harder, rather than easier, to plan and implement projects?
Many organisations rely on project management to address challenges in their marketplace, achieve growth targets and implement winning strategies. The key to success are highly motivated project managers, who will not only benefit from systematic training, but also from specific PM career models – making the "project track" an attractive alternative to the line management career path.
In light of the increasingly complex challenges faced by companies, the importance of professional project work is continuously growing.
Being able to lead a heterogeneous team is one of the decisive factors contributing to the success or failure of a project. Project leaders do not generally have line management authority.
Are you encountering situations in which high potentials and young executives put the interests of their own departments before those of the firm as a whole? Where silo mentalities prime over the feeling of belonging to the entire organisation? Then your challenge as a top executive is on how to replace these particular interests with company spirit.