Be prepared to learn If you have actually been a team member on a task, you have probably been exposed to some project management terms and ideas. For those of you who have not gotten involved on projects, one of the first things you will observe is that task management has a whole language of […]
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What exactly is project management?
More particularly, exactly what is a job? It’s a momentary group activity created to produce an one-of-a-kind product, service or result. A project is temporary in that it has actually a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore specified scope and resources. And a project is special in that it is not a regular […]
The role of project manager
Project managers fill a very important position, acting as a bridge between those who run a business and those who work for it. They are responsible for ensuring everyone on their team remains on task, and that the project is completed satisfactorily and within any time constraints. The best project managers always keep their egos […]
Project management for dummies
For those thrust into the position, or those who have never quite gotten the hang of it, managing the project can be stressful, overwhelming, and potentially, detrimental to your work experiences. It doesn’t have to be like that—this mini-plan, a sort of project management for dummies crash course can ease down this task to a […]
What is project management?
Project management, while a simple term, can refer to vastly different levels depending on the industry being discussed. A project manager for a larger consumer goods company may need twenty years experience and an MBA from Harvard while a project manager for a small construction company may be a glorified shift supervisor. In any case, […]