Women have an essential role in project business management. The impact of women-led businesses on the discipline is significant. However, what are their experiences when they do projects?
The book is a collection of outstanding interviews, many highlighting the challenges and successes of women in the project management field. The questions and answers highlight the challenges and roadblocks that many women still face in too many organizations and on too many projects. Gender bias is real. Women are still overlooked, underpaid, challenged to over perform, with their efforts too often discounted.
Oliver Lehmann's Project Business Management is the seminal book, describing the dynamics of success and failure in cross-corporate project business and recommending good practices for people and organizations involved,
Roughly half of all project managers have to lead customer projects as profit centers on contractor side with two big objectives: making the customer happy and bringing money home. Customer projects are a high-risk business on both sides, customers and contractors, but the dynamics of this business have so far been mostly ignored in literature.
There is no project business without connective leadership. When a project follows the path from cross-functional to cross-corporate, extending over the protective borders of the performing organization, the practices and behaviors of its leaders in charge across the organizations involved have to do that too.
This is the book talking about these behaviours.
Based on extensive research analysing the leadership styles of more than 5,000 leaders and managers world-wide, Lipman-Blumen has developed an innovative nine-part strategy for flourishing despite the demands of inter- and intraorganizational relationships.
An important aspect of project business is the tendency to not only be cross-corporate, but also cross-national and cross--cultural. However, people in charge are mostly uneducated in project business. Here is the book to help understand cultural commonalities and differences and turn issues into new opportunities.
Americans precede anything negative with three nice comments; French, Dutch, Israelis, and Germans get straight to the point; Latin Americans and Asians are steeped in hierarchy; Scandinavians think the best boss is just one of the crowd. It’s no surprise that when they try and talk to each other, chaos breaks out.
SISSELN, SWITZERLAND, March 09, 2020: The Project Business Foundation is proud to have two new Education & Consulting Partners:
IBS Academy is a Competence Centre for Collaboration in Project Business, building successful client - vendor collaboration and aligning interests: technical, commercial, contractual, quality, risks, etc. The collaborative performances of individuals and organizations involved in Project Business can be greatly improved with specific methods.
IBS Academy provides specialized trainings and methods to successfully address Project Business within professional collaborative relationships. It addresses the different functions involved in Project Business, including Sales, Procurement, Project Management, Executive Management, etc. Collaboration makes the difference in Project Business between success and failures. Win Projects. At the start.
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Wuttke & Team is your competence hotbed for project success, no matter if classic, agile or hybrid. Real project competence requires an excellent team and leadership culture and the tailored use of proven methods and techniques.
We support individuals, teams and organizations on their path to excellence. Wuttke & Team provides dedicated education and training to effectively improve project competence. These include hybrid and blended learning approaches taking the need for role-specific as well as time and cost efficient approaches into account.
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