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The greatest distinction between project managers and entrepreneurs is how much personal stake the individual has in a project’s success. While both are self-directed to coordinate talents and resources in order to provide profitable customer service, entrepreneurs consider a project success, a personal success and a project failure, a personal failure. In short, entrepreneurs have a compelling sense of ownership in their work. Attitude of personal ownership toward a project sets a higher standard for performance.
"As a project manager, we have been subjected to the information covered, but without the ‘why’ of the follow-through learned at PMA, we do not fully know what we are trying to achieve. It is such a huge eye-opener."
- Jesse James Duke, Director of Operations, Veterans Range Solutions