Practice 9: Project Delivery
Prioritize your project pipeline and continually test it for strategic fit. Establish a track record for on-time, on-budget project delivery. Minimize risk. Sustain results.
Project delivery is an essential skill for every contemporary manager, and it is certainly a key element of the One Stop LeaderShop program. To be clear, this is not a lesson in project management. Project management is the science of designing and executing a project plan—a job that skilled project managers are trained to perform. Instead, this Project Delivery Practice is a guidepost for managers who oversee an entire pipeline of projects. Project delivery is a strategic imperative where, as a manager of business operations, you play the leading role. The One Stop LeaderShop manager training program will sketch the life cycle of a typical project, and we’ll show you the important work you need to do during each critical phase.
Be sure to check out the One Stop LeaderShop Workbook. This CD-ROM contains all of the forms and spreadsheets referenced in all 14 One Stop LeaderShop Practices. Put your learning into practice right away!
Project Delivery (Paperback Edition)
This convenient paperback edition contains One Stop LeaderShop Practice 9: Project Delivery. Develop a discipline for managing change.
Why Do You Need a Project Delivery Practice?
Change – even the smallest change – is risky. You will need a change management process.