I recently interviewed Peter Taylor, also known as “The Lazy Project Manager" as part of the Wrike Thought Leadership Series. If you don’t know Peter, he’s the author of 9 books, including a new one, Real Project Management. He’s also a prolific speaker who’s delivered over 200 presentations in more than 25 countries.
With over 25 years of project management experience, he offers a wealth of knowledge for both veteran and new project managers. In the following interview you'll learn about:
  • The Fourth Phase of Project Management and the dangers for companies that don’t clearly link project management success to company strategy
  • Why orphan and stray projects can be costly to organizations
  • What has recently changed about project management and the implications for today's project managers
  • Whether project managers are better (or worse) than they used to be and what bad habits Peter sees in the industry
  • Whether PMs should be industry-focused or generalists (and how that impacts their training)
  • The new definition of project success — and how it's changed over time
  • How interest in Agile Project Management has impacted the field
  • The different roles of the PMO and how they help companies and organizations stay on track
  • How to effectively manage virtual teams, including several tips for managing cross-cultural teams
Click 'play' to get all the details, straight from Peter Taylor himself:  

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