A project leader – or any leader for that matter – should encourage people observe the world, and empower them to act based on their observations.
We recognize that China is able to finish lots of infrastructure, service and technology projects at tremendous rate and we hope this experience will enhance the Praxis Framework.
The most important principle for any project manager to remember is never surprise your executive sponsor. Some project managers avoid discussing possible issues or risks because they hope they can fix things before bad things happen. That is the opposite of what a project manager should do.
Previously when encountering changes, we may wonder if there are problems but now faced with changes we should try to identify opportunities.
It has been proven that diversity can become an asset if it is incorporated and embraced by the project. The most successful projects have always a high-performing team, which is often high in diversity.
A - E ： Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez(2)| Antonio Nieto-Rodriguez(1)| Adrian Dooley| Alan Stretton| Andrew Wright| Alfonso Bucero| Brigitte Schaden| Brigette Hyacinth| Brane Semolic| Chang Shucha| Darren Dalcher| David Pells| David Hillson| Ding Ronggui| Elizabeth Harrin|
K - O ： Lavagnon Ika| Lindsay Scott| Lin Shaopei| Matti Ahvenharju| Marisa Silva| Michel Thiry| Martin Samphire(2)| Martin Sedlmayer| Michael Campbell| Mark Dorsett| Mario Vanhoucke| Michael Pace| Mark Dickson| Mike O'Brochta| Martin Samphire| Martina Huemann| Nick Houlton| Nathalie Drouin| Ou Lixiong| Olivier Lazar|
P - T ： Peter Coesmans| Patrick Leahy| Penny Pullan| Penny Pullan(2)| Peter Taylor| Peter Taylor (2)| Rebecca Winston| Rich Maltzman| Ralf Müller| Robert Buttrick| Rodney Turner| Ruth Murray-Webster| Robert Buttrick(2)| Reinhard Wagner| Robert Prieto| Susanne Madsen| Stacy Goff| Sue Kershaw| Shankar Sankaran| Sandeep Mathur| Thomas Walenta| Tim Jaques| Teppo Nurminen|