Created by Journyx on December 30, 2005
As even the greenest of project managers knows, without individual accountability and responsibility, projects will tend to flounder. However, those individuals who know from experience to stay rooted in accountability will achieve success.
Like individual projects, the success of an organization's culture also stems from accountability. Regardless of his or her title--Chief Project Officer, program manager, or project management office director--this individual drives and is accountable for the organization's project management culture.
The word "individual" is key, because accountability is the responsibility of one person and should remain so; when it's shared, something as complex as culture grows even more fraught with potential pitfalls.
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