PMI defines project management as “the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements.” (https://www.pmi.org/about/learn-about-pmi/what-is-project-management). A good Project Manager then follows the five groups of processes and ten knowledge areas to meet the project requirements and accomplish the goal of delivering a project successfully. But what happens when there is a failure along the way? Or when there is a collection of failures that derails the project completely?
Effectively managing in crisis is what sets a great Project Manager from a good Project Manager.
Crisis management requires focus, poise, and true leadership. This session will explore approaches to effectively deal with crisis and inspire others in face of a challenge. But we will not shy away from raising the question of why a great Project Manager would allow crisis to occur in the first place.
PMI Talent Triangle: Leadership