Leading Team- Part One
Leading Team-Part One
Yahoo was the search engine used to research the project management tools and skills associated with leading teams. The following are the five links that were explored and its contents.
1. Project Management Competence: Building key Skills for Leading a Team
According to Davidson Frame (1999),
“Successful project management takes more than skilled individuals, teams, and organizations all working together to achieve excellence. Project Management has become the dominant way of getting things done in all kinds of businesses because it gives companies ...view middle of the document...
Managers, on the other hand, are responsible for ensuring that the vision is implemented efficiently and successfully.” (mindtools.com)
5. Project Management
According to Wallace (2001), “Project management is an increasingly important discipline. It is basically a powerful tool for managing change whether that change is planned or imposed. Change is often managed as a project and project management provides the set of tools necessary to enable the project manager to provide a successful outcome. (Wallace, 2001, p. T1)
Leading and managing are usually used as compatible traits. However, there are little things that make a difference between leading and managing. A leader is one who has the capability of expanding the opportunity of his or her contribution to the well-being of the organization. In short, a leader assesses the organizations present practices and combines relevant conclusions to achieve innovative responsibilities; while managers supervise organizational tasks on schedule it can be done on a regular basis, quarterly, and or yearly depending on what is his or her responsibility of management consist of. Leaders are...