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Welcome to the PMO Strategies Podcast + Blog, where PMO leaders become IMPACT Drivers!
PMI Talent Triangle: Ways of Working (Technical Project Management)
Hey, IMPACT Driver!
There’s something missing from your status report.
Do you know what it is?
In this episode, I’m going to show you what you should and should not include in your status reports for your status reports and in your communication with your business leaders & other stakeholders.
If you are finding that it’s taking a long time for decisions to be made, for information to keep moving, or for projects to stay on track, let’s see if any of this information is missing from your communications.
You’ll learn why these details could be the difference between creating confusion or cohesiveness within your projects.
Join me for this episode to see why including these key pieces of information is a game-changer for all of the conversations you’re having with stakeholders and how this simple shift in thinking will earn you even more credibility in the process.
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Love this bc it’s always insightful and concise. A play on what just happened and content is (teach a person by telling, showing and letting them do.) The content is about getting to the point. BLUF – Bottom Line Up Front
Status reports should inform of the overall point/objective, provide the key points to that and allow us Project Managers, PMO leaders, Strategy innovators to be our controlling selves (with a degree of elegance while executing with finesse).
Then she drove the point in by asking pointed questions and making this short. ‘still wonder why I love her and her team?!