“This may be the most important concept in Project Management.”

In our award-winning project management courses, we devote much of the classroom time we have together developing the key skills of the project manager. From plan development to managing roles and responsibilities across functional areas, to schedules, to stakeholders, and so on, and so on, and so on.

But at it’s core, the job of a project manager exists to navigate the complex socio-political waters of today’s workplace. In this series, “19 Techniques for managing people who do not report to you,” Cadence seminar leaders Jay Christensen and Rod Sharman join Pete Wright in a discussion of the key knowledge, skills, and abilities that project managers must master to excel.

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