Adaptation is the order of the day for modern companies. According to a recent PMI global survey on project management, two-thirds of organizations are engaged in ongoing and continuous digital transformation. Other priorities include changing corporate strategy (36%), introducing new technologies (34%) and expanding into new markets (32%). All of this is associated with more or less far-reaching changes. In order to manage these changes, you need future-oriented project teams.
How can project managers build and maintain such high-performance, future-oriented teams?
By using strategies to develop and nurture talent that can switch gears quickly without losing sight of their mission. Project managers who have soft skills - the power skills of project management of the future - and who also prioritize and nurture them in the development of their teams can help build and reinvent teams in a way that secures and maintains a real competitive advantage for their organization.
The report discusses four guidelines for building such project teams.
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