Contributed by Sara Williams Source: PeppyBiz Leadership. Financial tracking. Data management and analysis. Risk management. Organization. What are all these terms? These are just a few of the roles and responsibilities fulfilled by the project manager. Yes, you read that right. A project manager’s job is overwhelming. It is all of the roles combined into […]
by Kevin Eikenberry As you read the title of this article if you are thinking, “What commute? I don’t have one anymore,” I hope you will read on, and read carefully. And if you lead a team that became remote workers last year, this is for you too – even if you are still going […]
Contributed to pmStudent by Jenny Rothe Do you want to become a project manager but stay in control of your time? Then, you’re probably looking at a freelance career in the field. In fact, freelancing is an especially lucrative career now that businesses are looking to cut costs and are actively looking for remote […]
Contributed by Riley Clark “The times – they are a-changin’”, Bob Dylan sang in one of his most notable songs ever. And indeed, they are. So, it’s absolutely critical for every person to learn to adapt to these changes. The idea also applies both to businesses and personal lives. Yet, most people are resistant to […]
At work, we are constantly juggling tasks, people, meetings, and projects all at once. With all of these moving parts, communication and organization can become difficult. Project management software can be a great solution to staying on top of tasks in a busy workplace. But what is the return on investment of project management? Is […]
A successful project manager is expected to be able to deal with all these aspects of human behaviour, to take them into account in his project management and steer accordingly. Hence, a project manager must not only be well versed in project management methods, economic issues, economic goals and project organisation, but also in psychological aspects of human cooperation within the project environment.
If you wish to hear back from the recruiter, your resume needs to stand out. It is YOUR responsibility to make sure that the recruiters are aware of YOUR skills.
You need to show quantifiable accomplishments and how your leadership added value to the organization.
“Sandy, today is the 28th, month end is on the 30th, the document is due on the 4th.” Sandy’s eyes opened wide, and she threw open her planner and gulped. “Oh, I was thinking we had until next month.” It was moments like these that made Mary Carol wish that all managers understood basic project management.
Being a project manager is about leading teams through change. Today, the change is wrapped in a crisis. The pandemic has compelled project teams to embrace digital transformation. More than anything, your organization needs adept and effective leadership. Leaders need to guide teams masterfully and reach goals successfully, even as uncertainty looms.
In this endeavor, keep in mind C-H-A-N-G-E. Be an expert in adapting to and thriving in change by embracing some specific characteristics.
Hire good project managers. And teach them how you manage projects in your organization. You need good people, and good processes for project management success.