While context includes a functional breakdown of the landscape of P3 management, this section deals with how people and work are managed to achieve objectives. Management is split into interpersonal skills and delivery.

Interpersonal skills are the functions that are least specific to P3 management. They are life skills that are used in all walks of our personal and professional lives. The descriptions in this section draw upon many behavioural models that were not originally devised in the P3 management context but are relevant. Each function is described as it applies to P3 management in general and the Praxis Framework in particular.

The delivery section addresses those areas that are traditionally thought of as being the essence of P3 management. They are all about the mechanics of converting ideas into reality and dealing with the many difficulties that lie along that path.

Every management function has a corresponding competency definition in Praxis. Every delivery function also has a corresponding capability.


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