Project Boards should help you by taking decisions and providing direction for the project. Find out how to recognise when your project board isn’t working for you and what to do. Learn how to take control when you aren’t getting that level of support and how to get your Project Board back on track.
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Strategies for Sponsors1. Get the right project resources Your role as a project sponsor is to make sure that the project can be done efficiently and effectively, and you need resources to do that. Resources can be money, equipment or people (or anything else requiredClick for more
This entry is part 4 of 5 in the series Strategies for SponsorsDid you fall into project management? Or get promoted to a project management role? Then you are probably a ‘accidental project manager’ – someone who never set out to study project management at university but who ended up doing a PM job byClick for more
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Strategies for SponsorsRecently I’ve been speaking to the authors of a new book, Strategies for Project Sponsorship. Peter Taylor told me about how to build professional relationships with project sponsors, even when you don’t like them. Vicki James shared her tips for getting the bestClick for more