Category Archives: Leadership

Leadership by Defining, Learning, Doing

Leadership starts with a mindset then evolves into attainable goals and outcomes based on the commitment to learn and implement change along a path. Leadership is personal. Everyone has their own leadership style. My approach is: Define, Learn, Do. It’s …
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Owner’s Rep Role: The AEC Partner Challenge

We’re up for a challenge. Are you? We are currently seeking feedback from our architectural, engineering and contract communities via a survey. The findings will help us gain more insight into the owner’s representative role from the AEC perspective. We …
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Teamwork is Collaboration (The Importance of Teamwork in Project Management)

You can tell a lot about a project manager by how effectively they manage their team. Some consultants and project managers try and run a one-man (or woman) show, barking out orders and then moving on.  Others try to micromanage …
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Communication is Critical in the Project Management World

At LTI Management, we believe that a project manager’s main role is to facilitate effective communication. In fact, we find that communications comprises about 90% of their time. Identifying Expectations Communication is complex.  We start any project by truly identifying the …
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