Micromanaging a project team is akin to managing each task or deliverable with extreme control. This suffocating management style is likely to put a damper on creativity and inhibit individual growth. There are many reasons why this happens, but in general, it is not a healthy situation for the project manager, employee or team. As a program manager, you want to help project managers improve their performance without stepping on their toes or stepping into their projects. As a project manager, you are keen on making the project a success while balancing the needs of the team, the sponsors, and the organization as a whole.
So, what should you be focused on while others are tackling the work of the project?
First witness a disfunctional way of doing Standups – then see how it should be done.
It really is an excellent example to watch and learn.
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- Strengthen leadership capabilities and help leaders develop coaching skills that lead to sustainable excellence
- Build collaborative teams and work cultures that enable superior project execution in alignment with business strategy
- Empower individuals to fulfill on their potential and reach new levels of success
Can you make people do anything they don’t want to do?