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Soft skill qualification for project manager


Management by objectives

Management by objectives

Brothers Wright fulfilled humanity’s dream of flying. They constructed the first airplane. Nothing stopped them from realizing this goal – not even the fact that they didn’t have the necessary education. They weren’t engineers, nor scientists. But they were passionate and determined to reach their goal.

When they decided to build a flying machine, they subjected all their actions to achieve it. They researched where was the best place in the US to test prototypes and they moved there. They devoted their entire lives to test new solutions.

Brothers spent years perfecting the construction. They tested over 60 different profiles and shapes of wings in a wind tunnel they built themselves. In the winter of 1903 their airplane flew in the air for an entire minute! Later, they flew in it over a thousand times. Following models allowed them to fly longer and safer flights. The aim was reached.

Management by objectives is based on the cascading technique. A manager needs to ask herself a question: what goals my people need to achieve so that I achieve mine. The manager’s task is to pinpoint an objective, not showing or describing a way how to get there. The way in which an employee achieves it, is theirs to decide. With this type of management employees are much more engaged and motivated. They feel their work matter.
During our training we will work on the process of establishing objectives.

We will discuss and practice the following skills:

  • informing (informing about objectives, showing the context and background, defining risks and problems, explaining changes, pinpointing resources, mapping out the competences);
  • organizing (providing resources, agreeing on the course of action establishing the scope of responsibility);
  • motivating (tying individual goals to the objective, voicing and solving doubts, giving feedback, showing progress, giving support).

During our training we will also discuss and practice how the process of establishing objectives for the manager and employee should look like.

Thanks to our training you will:

  • Understand the meaning of setting objectives;
  • Acquire the sill of formulating objectives;
  • Improve your managing by objectives skills, i.e. informing, organizing and motivating;
  • Improve your managerial skills In communication with the employee.