Tony Adams - Project Manager

Tony Adams - Project Manager

Social Project Leadership – connecting people, sharing ideas, creating value

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About

About

Welcome! My name is Tony Adams.

I am a Project Leadership Consultant, Enabler, Change Agent, Disruptor, Futurist, Writer, and Mentor.

Over the last 20+ years, I have been lucky enough to work with brilliant, creative people and companies from around the world, leading complex, innovative change programs that shape the way their users live and work.

My passion is Social Project Leadership – blending traditional project management practices and disciplines with personal communication and technology to help people engage quickly, connect personally, think creatively, collaborate, share ideas and drive real, immediate and powerful benefits.

Social Project Leadership helps teams connect with their clients and build real, engaging relationships – connecting, sharing ideas, engaging, collaborating, challenging each other – driving transformative, enduring outcomes, quicker than ever before.

I love working with creative people – sharing ideas, listening to others share their stories, watching their eyes light up, seeing what excites and motivates them and finding ways to harness that energy.

There’s something very exciting about using the rich, vibrant energy of face-to-face communication to connect people.

People connect with ideas. People love to be engaged, to feel part of something bigger.

Changes are not delivered by schedules and budgets, but by people. Sure, spreadsheets and budgets have their place, BUT the real power comes when we grab our stakeholders and connect with them – engage them, immerse them, make that emotional connection so that they can SEE what we are building and FEEL how their lives will change.

Connecting people. Sharing a vision. Understanding what matters most. Helping people improve the way they live and work.

That’s how Social Project Leadership can change the world!

Latest Posts

101 Tips to Get Your Project Management Big Break
101 Tips to Get Your Project Management Big Break
Our next APAC #PMChat will be on 22nd August 2017 (10.00PM US Eastern) / 23rd August 2017 (12.00PM Australia (Sydney, pharm Melbourne), patient where we...
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Benefits Management.  Why It Matters And How We Can Help.
Benefits Management. Why It Matters And How We Can Help.
This post is a short intro to our next APAC #PMChat on 14th August 2017 (10.00PM US Eastern) / 15th August 2017 (12.00PM Australia (Sydney,...
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Mega-Project Management.  Opportunities and Challenges.
Mega-Project Management. Opportunities and Challenges.
This post is a short primer for the APAC #PMChat on 25th July 2017 (10.00PM US Eastern) / 26th July 2017 (12.00PM Australia (Sydney, Melbourne), where...
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Project Leadership vs. Management
Project Leadership vs. Management
This post is a short primer for the inaugural APAC #PMChat on 18th July 2017 (10.00PM USA/New York) / 19th July 2017 (12.00PM Australia/Melbourne, cialis 40mg...
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You’re Ready To Lead a Project Team?
You’re Ready To Lead a Project Team?
It started simply. Joe had been called into the Portfolio Manager's office first thing in the morning - and immediately offered a cup of tea....
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“10 Ways to Market Your Project”
“10 Ways to Market Your Project”
I recently had the pleasure of watching a recording of Elizabeth Harrin’s presentation “10 Ways to Market Your Project” from PMXPO 2015. If you are...
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Work Breakdown Structure.  The Coolest Guy At The Bar.
Work Breakdown Structure. The Coolest Guy At The Bar.
Friday night drinks at the local pub and all the regulars are there. The Business Case is propping up the bar, wondering why no one...
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Five Things You Didn’t Learn For the PMP Exam
Five Things You Didn’t Learn For the PMP Exam
I shared coffee recently with a colleague and was so happy to hear that he had passed his Project Management Institute PMP exam. This was...
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What I’m Reading (February 2017)
What I’m Reading (February 2017)
How many books do you typically have open at any one time?   I normally have around 7-10 books in progress and move from one to...
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