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Becoming a PM

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Filed under Becoming a PM, Communication, Leadership | Posted by MMeloni

In our pursuit to meet challenging deadlines, it is not uncommon to encounter the mindset that advocates for a quick fix, under the assumption that improvements can be made later on. However, the reality we often face is that these improvements are frequently postponed until a problem arises. This is a challenging situation that we […]

Dealing with “The Date Announcer.”

It can be quite challenging when you’re working with an executive who announces deadlines without prior consultation, particularly when the deadlines seem unfeasible. We may not always have the power to change this behavior, and it’s a situation I’ve encountered myself in the past. For instance, at big conferences such as those held by Apple, […]

How To Become A Better Project Manager

Filed under Becoming a PM | Posted by MMeloni

It’s tough to define what makes an “excellent” project manager. Every organization has a unique definition of the title and the position. Nevertheless, nearly every industry needs project managers.  A project manager’s job is both simple and complex. It is simple because you don’t need a specialty like design skills or technical prowess. It is […]

Effective Project Communication: The Crucial Role of Senders and Receivers

“But communication is two-sided – vital and profound communication makes demands also on those who are to receive it… demands in the sense of concentration, of genuine effort to receive what is being communicated.” Roger Sessions In any communication, both the sender and the receiver have a crucial role to play. It’s not just about […]