This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book presents a progressive agenda for improving project practice, enabling the dialogue to progress from the typical coverage of static toolsets towards an understanding of flexible and adaptable mindsets. It introduces different perspectives and ways of thinking, as well as a host of new writers, thinkers and scholars from other domains and areas. The book provides a glimpse into some of the more promising ideas, models, and new ways of thinking that have been successfully applied within the context of project practice. It outlines a starting point and sample of some of the best writing centred on leadership, people, strategy, execution and complexity. The book analyzes an introduction to a range of brand new and established ideas. Leading the Project Revolution delves into the dynamics of people, teams and organisations exploring their impact on leadership, strategy, success and achievement.