A podcast sharing All-Hazard Incident and Project Management Best Practices
Author: Kevin Pannell, PMP, PSC3, NREMT
I've worn a military uniform, business suit, ripstop cargo pants and business casual across work environments. At the core of success for teams I was part of or lead in each of these areas was the critical importance of relationships with people and shared processes to achieve progress.
With a focus on people, we must build trust with our teammates, create and maintain open lines of communication and trust in our colleagues. In addition to the personal, we must agree to follow the same processes. Whether using All-hazards incident management, contingency planning, Waterfall, Agile, Six Sigma, or another process, successful teams must agree to follow one process as one team. When teams do they succeed. When teams don't, time, money and maybe even lives are lost.
Progress will be determined on the efficient flow of the personal and professional relationships built and how well the agreed upon process is followed or adapted. In my day-to-day I work to always remember people, coordinate an effective process and monitor and share the progress my teammates and I achieve.
Kevin Pannell, PMP
IT Project Manager
Creator & Host, Between the Slides podcast
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