Leading Teams: Better project management

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One of your roles as a team leader is that of project manager. But like many of your leadership roles, this is one you can share with your team—and in the process, improve the quality of your own efforts while developing your team members' skills and competencies. Here's how to make the whole team into a project-management machine:

Create "charter champions." Every project you undertake should have a charter—the written document stating the goals you're trying to achieve, the end products you'll deliver, the customers you're serving, the timeframe and resources available, and the criteria and method you'll use to gauge your success. You use the charter to devise your action plan, outlining the steps you'll take to meet your end goals.

If you aren't supplied with a charter when assigned a project, or if your team initiates a project on its own, take time to develop this essential management tool. Then tap individual team memb...(register to read more)

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