Do you think being a project manager is important? Clients wonder if they would really a project manager because on paper, it looks unnecessary, and they don’t really deliver anything and often get in the way of what they want the team to do.
In reality, running projects without a good project management is a false economy. Sure, having a project manager can be expensive, but can you afford not to have a project manager? With out it, what holds the team and client together?
Sure project management isn’t a simple task for anybody, but without it, you’d have a lower chance of maintaining budget, scope, and standards of quality.
If you’re a beginner in the world of project management, or you simply want to improve your skills, Hitesh Sahni will equip you with some great strategies that will help you take your project management skills to the next level.
Hitesh covers the following best practices to becoming a better project manager:
- Ensuring adequate communication
- Planning for contingencies for potential risks
- Keeping the budget in sight
- Engaging high-level stakeholders
- Keeping scope creep in check
- Identifying and bridging the skill gap
- Adopting concrete goal-setting and planning
Check out the full post over on the Jeff Bullas website to get more detail on each post.