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  • To illustrate skills versus knowledge, ask how many studied a foreign language in college? How was that learning evaluated as knowledge or a skill? If your learning was tied to written exams - than it's knowledge based. If you were immersed in a location where the only way you communicate was through the language, than its skill-based. It's ironic that some native-speakers would not get A's on a knowledge-based course. What does that imply about traditional knowledge-based curricula?
  • This is very applicable to program leadership. Both leaders and managers at DCI and the client are necessary for a program to be successful. Everyone needs to be a good manager and the right people need to be good leaders.
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    • 1. Advanced Program Management Leadership
    • 2. Objectives
      • Define leadership and how it differs from management
      • Understand the importance of leadership in project and program management
    • 3. Definitions
      • Leadership
        • the ability to get others to want to do something that you are convinced should be done, and to follow direction
      • Management
        • the ability to develop budgets and plans, organize personnel by reporting structure, and execute by monitoring results against the plan
      Source: The Encyclopedia of Leadership , Murray Hiebert and Bruce Klatz
    • 4. Leadership vs. Management Source: Learning to Lead , Robert Heller Discussion Topic: Are there other characteristics and differences?
    • 5. Exemplifying the Leadership Role
      • Interact with other team and project leaders
      • Mentor and coach your clients on leadership, let them know when leadership is needed
      • Ask the tough questions
      • Push team members to produce high quality work
      • Coach other team members
      • Provide expertise where needed
      • Ensure your team exceeds expectations
      • Display solid program and project management skills