The financial stability of any organization significantly depends on the project completed within the given budget and time. Therefore, the demand for certified project managers is always high who understand how to efficiently manage the quality and scope of the project, follow the budget limitations and ensure timely delivery. While a project manager may have many essential technical or hard skills to guide the entire team at multiple project phases, motivation makes an important element that is relatively less tangible.
Motivation encourages and inspires the project team to achieve their predetermined goals. It further creates an environment that promotes productive initiatives and teamwork to reach the ultimate goals and objectives. The element has a direct influence on the project involving multiple factors – time, budget, scope, project quality, and client expectations.
“Your talent determines what you can do. Your motivation determines how much you’re willing to do. Your attitude determines how well you do it.” —Lou Holtz