Category Archives: Becoming a PM

Becoming a PM

How to Become a Project Manager Without Experience

Breaking into the field of project management (PM) can be daunting, especially if you lack direct experience. Many aspiring project managers face challenges such as job postings requiring several years of experience, the need for specific industry knowledge, and competition with seasoned professionals. However, it is entirely possible to start a career in project management […]

Who Me? A Negotiator?

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

I remember once  my boss sent me to a class on negotiation  I thought, “Okay, awesome, I get to go to a class for a couple of days and it counts towards my professional development.” But I really didn’t understand why I was going into negotiation class because I didn’t work in procurement I didn’t […]

How Will They Describe You?

Filed under Becoming a PM, Leadership | Posted by MMeloni
Writing makes a better leader

How do your colleagues describe you as leader? How do YOU want them to describe you? How would your coworkers characterize you as a leader? How do you aspire for them to depict you? Strive for how your team perceives your leadership style and consider the qualities you want to embody. Aim for a positive […]

The Fix It Later Sponsor

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 […]