New Video by Pinnacle Strategies Highlights How to Drive Project Teams Forward

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New video showcases Pinnacle Strategies President Mark Woeppel teaching how to grow your project team to improve team work, collaboration, problem solving and future action.

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Pinnacle Strategies released a new video highlighting how to drive project teams forward. Mark Woeppel, president and CEO of Pinnacle Strategies, teaches how to grow your project team to improve team work, collaboration, problem solving and future action.
Pinnacle Strategies finds that the biggest problem that project teams face is that they are simply unable to clearly see where they are in the project and what they need to do to move ahead. Project managers are aware of this “blindness” and so they have lots of meetings. These meetings are boring and unproductive for everyone involved, lasting way too long.

Pinnacle Strategies consultants see other things happening in project meetings: status updates, defending turf, defending original commitments, giving reasons why things haven’t worked out – a laundry list of missed expectations. Projects executed looking through the rear-view mirror. With this kind of process, the project team never gets a clear view of what’s ahead and what action to take.

In this video, Woeppel emphasizes that project managers and project teams need to live in the future by improving team work, collaboration, problem solving and future action. Woeppel gives very practical advice for how project managers can make projects visible and get project teams focused on the future

Watch the video titled “Living in the Past: How to Drive Your Project Team Forward” here. To view other videos by Pinnacle Strategies, please visit the videos page.

About Pinnacle Strategies

Pinnacle Strategies designs and delivers innovative strategies to help organizations execute well. We work with organizations to change execution results in projects, supply chains and business processes by improving collaboration, streamlining workflows and improving management focus to lower costs, increase throughput and release hidden capacity.

For more information, contact Pinnacle Strategies at info(at)pinnacle-strategies(dot)com or +1 (972) 492-7951.

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