An organization counts on a Market Leader to:
Build and work with a top team to develop, maintain, and drive to achieve an annual plan for a well-defined portfolio of current and targeted customers. Connect with established and emerging customers to develop a point of view as to where the market is and where it should go and then proactively and systematically drive towards those ends. Develop, hold, and communicate a clear understanding of their organization, market, competition, partners, and market trends.
Over the course of a performance period, the organization counts on a Market Leader to always be able to present:
Continue reading Market Lead Position Description Figure 1: A business with project that deliver offerings to clients. Figure 2: Project managers deliver offering value on time, on target, and on budget.
Organizations that offer solutions to clients manage:
Projects, Clients, and Offerings as suggested in Figure 1. Managing each requires different skills and seeks to achieve different goals as outlined below.
Project Managers, see Figure 2, deliver offering value to specific clients
on time, on budget, and on target. Project Managers are also counted on to extend and expand engagements in order to deliver even greater value over a longer time frame. Continue reading How to think about and organize Project, Client, and Offering Managers.