How to Hire and Retain the Best Project Managers
by Benjamin B. Sargent, Willem Stoeller
July 20, 2012
July 20, 2012

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Executives at enterprise organizations must consider how to evaluate and incentivize the performance of the project management office (PMO) and of project managers (PMs) individually. Managers seeking to build or restructure their PMO should be careful to hire staff with the right stuff to survive as a PM. Meanwhile, PMs themselves must alternate between a cheery, can-do attitude and stern push-back on budgets, schedules, and capabilities, relying on their skills, experience, and in-born abilities as an effective communicator. The brief covers the qualities to look for when hiring project managers, how to improve employee engagement, and how to create a career path in order to retain these highly-trained specialists.

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