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Bridging Gaps: The Importance of Trust in Managing Projects

Project management involves more than just navigating project plan tasks. Interpersonal skills are equally important, and often make the difference between a successful project and one rife with miscues. Typically, full-scale conversions and implementations tend to have either one target audience or many. Managing conversions with multiple stakeholders and constituents is challenging enough, even more so when a client ignores or fails to solicit the views of a strong stakeholder. When presented with such a scenario, consultants must bridge internal gaps to keep the project moving forward, while managing entrenched egos with often competing or conflicting interests.

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