Stephen Covey was right. When it comes to strategy, sales, life, just about everything – we must define our destination if we intend to get there!
Project Management? Absolutely so. How can you succeed if you don’t have a clearly-defined outcome? One of the very first steps in successful project management is clear definition….what’s the Point B?
In my Best Practices in Project and Vendor Management workshop (geared very specifically toward Life Sciences trainers), this is one of the very first points we emphasize. Project Management is a pro-active process of moving an initiative forward to a clearly-defined goal.
- You need to be pro-active
- You need to have a clear goal (business outcome)
- You need an effective process to get there
This is one of the main differences between successful, and ineffective, project management.
Let’s talk about bringing these best practices to your training department (now available either on-demand/on-line, or as a live facilitated workshop!)
Reach out to Steve Woodruff, President, Impactiviti: AskSteve@impactiviti.com
Also on the Impactiviti blog: 5 Compelling Reasons to Provide Project Management Training