Leadership: Providing Direction

In This Chapter

  • Establishing your role as leader and manager
  • Leading the way for change
  • Recognizing the four sources of power
  • Competing with other projects for attention
  • Leading a technical project when you lack technical expertise
  • The ever-changing roles of a project manager

Since it’s up to your project team to complete the work specified in the plan, you, as the project manager, must employ appropriate methods to motivate, coordinate, facilitate, and administer your team. If you don’t, the work may never get done. As a project manager, you must also identify and implement the appropriate leadership ...

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