A good–or bad–project manager can make the difference between a project coming in on time and on budget and it being a failure. How can you spot a good project manager? CIO.com talked to experts and IT executives to find out.
Tue, January 15, 2013
CIO — Just because someone has the title of “project manager” does not mean he knows how to effectively manage projects, as many CIOs and other IT executives have learned the hard way.
So how can you tell a good project manager from a bad one? CIO.com surveyed project management experts and executives to learn what skills are required to successfully manage projects–that is, to ensure that projects are kept on track and stay on budget.
Here are seven skills project managers need in order to be effective and successful:
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