Posted by: aborby | November 20, 2009

Productivity in projects

From http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/tech-manager/?p=2450&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+techrepublic%2Ftech-manager+%28TechRepublic+Tech+Manager%29

 

  • “YOU are responsible for YOUR career and no one else.”
  • Making excellence a standard should be a focus on getting teams to work together.
  • Make the decision to stop the negativity in its tracks. Beginning with you.
  • Make the decision to be solutions-minded. Don’t just complain, think of ways to fix what you’re complaining about.
  • Take the solutions mindset into every meeting or discussion you have
  • Clarify roles and who belongs to them, then draft an attack plan with your team. You are not “the hero” here. Your team must help create the plan and buy into it. Period.
  • Execute the plan. Stick to the plan and revisit it often, tweaking it when necessary.

Just like you are ultimately responsible for your own career and professional growth, you are ultimately responsible for your (project’s) success

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