分享两篇文章 - PMs in Microsoft

1.高效PM的七个习惯

What does it take to be an effective Program Manager at Microsoft?  I'm responding to some requests for my take on what it takes to be an effective PM.  I figured I could use a familiar 7 habits approach to help frame out a start. 

To pick a set of habits, I started with a set of reference examples.  I used the most effective and ineffective PMs that I've seen over time.  I considered their track record, their ability to influence, and their leadership skills.  Most importantly I looked at their ability to ship and make the right impact for customers.  Next, I looked for the underlying patterns (I'm a principles, practices and patterns guy).  I used the ineffective PMs to think of the anti-patterns and the practices of what not to do.  This contrast helped me clarify the distinctions between effective and ineffective.

Here's what I found to be the 7 habits of highly effective program managers:

  • Habit 1, Frame problems and solutions.
  • Habit 2, Sell visions.
  • Habit 3, Deliver incremental value.  
  • Habit 4, Manage communication.
  • Habit 5, Connect with customers.
  • Habit 6, Execute. 
  • Habit 7, Leverage the system.

for more, see:

http://blogs.msdn.com/jmeier/archive/2007/04/09/7-habbits-of-effective-program-managers.aspx

 

2.PM的十项成功法则

Here's a brief set of success patterns I've shared with a few colleagues.  These are the patterns I see that make a difference in getting results.

10 Success Patterns

  1. Empathic listening.
  2. Rapport before influence
  3. Character trumps emotion trumps logic
  4. Match their style
  5. Ask WIIFY
  6. Distinguish between responsibility and authority
  7. Turn chickens into pigs
  8. Adapt, adjust, or avoid situations
  9. Know the system.
  10. Analyze it over time.

 for more, see:

http://blogs.msdn.com/jmeier/archive/2008/08/13/10-success-patterns-for-pms.aspx

 

enjoy!

黄季冬

posted on 2008-09-29 23:42 J.D Huang 阅读(...) 评论(...) 编辑 收藏

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