So let's get right into this....
Ever known a manager who held great respect of his or her team but was not respected by his or her management? Or maybe you've had a manager that just couldn't get things done effectively because he or she just didn't know how to "work the system"? Or even still, are you are a manager who is continually frustrated because you can't get your manager to do what you need him or her to do? If any of these sound familiar to you, welcome to the world of ineffective upward management.
Recently I did an interview talking about the most important attributes of an effective project manager and those attributes which undermine a person's ability to manage projects well. It was fun putting together the list and I thought I would share my raw bullets with you, as follows:
Attributes of an effective project manager:
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