Solution Manual for Project Management: Achieving Competitive Advantage, 3/E 3rd Edition Jeffery K. Pinto
For courses in project management.
The fundamentals of project management with a wide assortment of business applications.
Project Management takes a decision-making, business-oriented approach to the management of projects, which is reinforced throughout the text with current examples of project management in action. And because understanding project management is central to operations in various industries, this text also addresses project management within the context of a variety of successful organizations, whether publicly held, private, or not-for-profit.
Leadership and the Project Manager
Aziza Chaouni and her Project to Save a River
4.1 LEADERS VS. MANAGERS
4.2 HOW THE PROJECT MANAGER LEADS
Acquiring Project Resources
Motivating and Building Teams
Having a Vision and Fighting Fires
PROJECT MANAGEMENT RESEARCH IN BRIEF
Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
4.3 TRAITS OF EFFECTIVE PROJECT LEADERS
Conclusions about Project Leaders
Dr. Elattuvalapil Sreedharan, India’s Project Management Rock Star
Leading and Time Orientation
4.4 PROJECT CHAMPIONS
Champions—Who Are They?
What Do Champions Do?
How to Make a Champion
PROJECT MANAGERS IN PRACTICE
William Mowery, CSC
4.5 THE NEW PROJECT LEADERSHIP
The Challenge of Managing Internationally
4.6 PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONALISM
Case Study 4.1 In Search of Effective Project Managers
Case Study 4.2 Finding the Emotional Intelligence to Be a Real Leader
Case Study 4.3 Problems with John
PMP Certification Sample Questions
4.1 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MANAGERS AND LEADERS
|Creation of Purpose||Focus on plans and budgets; creates steps, timetables for achieving results and looks for resources to support goals.||Establishes direction; creates a vision and the strategies needed to achieve it.|
|Developing a Network for Achieving the Agenda||Organizes and staffs; creates structure for achieving the plans; delegates responsibility and authority; develops procedures to guide behavior; creates monitoring systems.||Aligns people with the target; communicates direction by word and deed to those whose cooperation is needed; creates teams that understand and share the project’s vision.|
|Execution||Controls and solves problems; monitors results and applies corrective action.||Motivates and inspires; energizes people overcome obstacles and show personal initiative.|
|Outcomes||Produces a degree of predictability and order; seeks to maintain the status quo.||Produces change; challenges the status quo.|
|Focus||Efficiency of operations||Effectiveness of outcomes|
|Time-Frame||Short-term, avoiding risks, maintaining and imitating.||Long-term; taking risks, innovating and originating.|