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Dramatic and unpredictable shifts in leadership priorities and expectations can damage employee engagement and thwart productivity. As an IT leader accountable for the success of a portfolio of projects and concerned about your staff’s engagement, there are some PPM best practices you can use to help protect your project teams from the draining impact of an unstable and demanding executive influence.
  • Travis Duncan