In 5 Lessons from American Revolutionary Leaders to Build a Project Team of Giants | KEV Talks #28 I share 5 lessons I learned from reading Jack Kelly’s amazing book, “Band of Giants: The Amateur Soldiers Who Won America’s Independence“. More specifically, I share my experience on how I’ve seen these lessons implemented by Program and Project Managers to establish their own team of giants to increase program and project success.
The 5 Lessons:
- Review lessons learned ahead of time
- Accept the messy beginning
- Set the tone, but allow for free thinking
- Understand that logistics are critical
- Manage the mutinies
*Find Jack Kelley’s amazing book here
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Kevin Pannell, PMP | Founder of KPannell Productions, LLC | Creator & Host of the KEV Talks Podcast | Principal on the @Pannell5Fit and KEV Talks YouTube Channels
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