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Program Management Leadership: Creating Successful Team Dynamics
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Mark C. Bojeun
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Program Management Leadership: Creating Successful Team Dynamics

Mark C. Bojeun


Auerbach Publishers Inc.

Project management;
Engineering: general;
Network management


226 pages

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This is not another how-to guide for program managers or another reiteration of the Project Management Institute's standards for program management. Instead, Program Management Leadership: Creating Successful Team Dynamics examines various leadership approaches and illustrates the value of effective leadership styles in Program Management for achieving program and project success.

Identifying critical success factors specific to program management, the book focuses on effective leadership styles and the power of teamwork in exceeding expectations. It starts by examining various leadership styles and traits-providing helpful insights on the tough choices leaders are often forced to make. It describes effective methods to help leaders work with stakeholders and team members to set visions and objectives so that program goals are achieved with greater frequency.

Next, the book further examines teams and explains how to bring people from various experience levels, geographic diversity, and cultural backgrounds together setting aside their own personal objectives and instead working towards a common goal and vision. Presenting recent research on leadership, it highlights the situational factors that leaders face and offers approaches enabling leaders to modify their style from one based on personal choice to one that can adapt to overcome the challenges that will arise.

From there, the book describes how to build and maintain a High Performing Team (HPT). It also describes how to instill a competitive spirit and culture of cooperation and mutual respect in your team to make sure your team remains focused on the right things.

This book is an ideal resource for anyone who understands the value of the tools provided by PMI (R) and is searching for the factors that separate good program and project managers from truly great ones. If you are focused on self-actualization and continuous improvement, then this is the book that can help drive your program initiatives to the highest possible standards.

By:   Mark C. Bojeun
Imprint:   Auerbach Publishers Inc.
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Volume:   9
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9781466577091
ISBN 10:   1466577096
Series:   Best Practices in Portfolio, Program, and Project Management
Pages:   226
Publication Date:   December 2013
Audience:   College/higher education ,  College/higher education ,  Primary ,  Primary
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Introduction Summary of Book Key Benefits of this Book LEADERSHIP AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT Leadership Study Developing and Achieving a Common Vision The History of Project and Program Management Project Management History Program Management History PMI Definition of a Program Overview of Program Management Strategy Alignment Program Benefit Management Program Stakeholder Engagement Program Governance Program Life Cycle Management Distinction between Portfolio, Program, and Project Management Program Success Factors Case Study: Command and Control Discussion Questions Summary LEADERSHIP Introduction to Leadership Leadership versus Management External Factors Affecting Leadership Stakeholder Community Organizational Culture and Processes Internal/External Auditing Legal/Regulatory Changes Executive Leadership Geographically Diverse Teams Individual Motivation Leadership Theories Leadership Styles and Traits Transactional Leadership Transformational Leadership Light and Dark Leadership Command and Control Situational Leadership Trait Theories Values Ethics and Beliefs Leadership in Program Management Case Study Case Study Quiz Discussion Questions LEADERSHIP AND TEAMS Building Teams Team Dynamics High-Performing Teams (HPTs) Definition of a High-Performing Team HPT Success Factors Shared Purpose and Direction Motivating Goals Commitment to Individual and Team Roles Multidirectional Communication Authority to Decide or Act Reliance on Diverse Talents Mutual Support and Trust Characteristics of a High-Performing Team Setting Goals That Inspire High Team Performance Goal-Setting Theory Performance Orientation Improve Team Motivation, Morale, and Productivity Conflict Resolution Five Approaches to Conflict Management Case Study in Leading Teams Case Study Questions Discussion Questions FORMAL LEADERSHIP PROCESSES Formal Processes Program Management as a Function of Productivity Driving Project Management through better Program Management Distinctions between Program and Project Management Governance as Support for Program Management and Not as a Baton Case Study Chapter Quiz Discussion Questions Conclusion References Index

Dr. Bojeun has more than twenty years of experience in software development, project and program management, and developing and managing program management offices (PMOs). For the last nine years, Dr. Bojeun has taught program, project, and risk management for Concepts Integration International (, a PMI Registered Education Provider (REP). These courses helped hundreds of Project Management Professional (PMP) candidates achieve their certification and have expanded the body of knowledge on project and program management, extending the value of the certification to government as well as to domestic and international corporations. Dr. Bojeun has extensive experience in providing transformational leadership and strategic support to executive management professionals in the development and implementation of organizational vision, mission, and strategic objectives. He currently holds Program Management Professional (PgMP) and Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications from the Project Management Institute (PMI), is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD), and holds an MBA from George Mason University and a PhD in organizational leadership. Currently an adjunct professor at Strayer University and George Mason University, Dr. Bojeun continues to instruct students in project and program management skills and also build and lead high-performing teams to exceed objectives on programs around the world. He has assisted corporations in creating their own Enterprise Project Management Offices (EPMOs) and has developed processes and best practices for organizations to leverage in consistently achieving project/program success internally and externally.

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