Week 4 expanding the organization | MGT/576 Opportunity Evaluation and Value Creation | University of Phoenix
Passing Grade: Analyzes the leadership characteristics and skills most desired in the person leading potential performance improvement projects, taking both an AI and SWOT approach. Identifies areas of uncertainty or knowledge gaps.
The leader of any project must possess certain qualities to bring together all aspects of said project along with their team members. The qualities that are required for effective project management include strong communication skills, active listening capabilities, organizational ability to juggle tasks properly without missing deadlines or letting anything slip through the cracks, problem-solving capabilities such as being able to think on your feet while under pressure, resilience when it comes to dealing with stressful scenarios such as roadblocks or failed attempts at implementation of ideas due to unforeseen hindrances etc., understanding complex relationships between people if managing teams is part of the job scope including knowing when someone needs motivation versus support which can help keep morale high among team members while still upholding productivity levels. Additionally they must have a deep rooted commitment towards achieving organizational goals based off initiative rather than waiting around for instructions then executing them; this includes being flexible enough to employ creative solutions should conventional methods fail or need adjustment during process execution. Finally any leader conducting either AI or SWOT activities must be adept at helping individuals within their teams find purpose meaning something more beyond just getting work done by providing inspiring words whenever needed (Quillen et al., 2020).