Improving Project Change Management Using Leadership Spirit
Hamid Shafaei Bejestani
DOI: 10.4236/ib.2011.33040   PDF    HTML     8,366 Downloads   14,891 Views   Citations


Projects seldom run exactly according to their plans due to changes. However, project deliverables must be provided on-time and on-budget, either by rejecting changes or by converting their threats to opportunities. To achieve this, project team should be kept ready to control changes. In this issue, leadership is an effective spirit for a project manager to keep his/her project team in its best condition for rejecting changes, or getting back on track, or earning benefits from changes. A project leader is more successful than a project manager in change management.


Leadership, Change

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Bejestani, H. (2011) Improving Project Change Management Using Leadership Spirit. iBusiness, 3, 302-306. doi: 10.4236/ib.2011.33040.

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