This book will reveal:
▪ Key competencies every project manager must master
▪ How to manage the triple constraint triangle to your advantage
▪ Creative solutions for solving problems
▪ Technical expertise, including knowing your business and industry
▪ 7 areas of your continuous improvement
▪ Leadership techniques to tackle risk and manage team members
▪ Bulletproof tips for getting the sponsor on your side
▪ Ways to implement productive PM culture
▪ How to execute strongly and close out a project early
▪ 6 skills to level up your PM game
▪ A free bonus checklist: getting support from the management, sponsor, and stakeholders
▪ Still not sure if you can become an effective PM? Here are the questions that I’m often asked.
I don’t have a college degree.
Fortunately, it isn’t necessary. Project managers need leadership and technical skills, not specific degrees. With the right experience and training, it doesn’t matter whether you went to college or what you studied.
I’ve never been a programmer, can I still be a project manager?
I’ll be honest with you. Familiarity with coding does help if you want to lead projects in the IT and software sectors. However, there are many,manyother industries and fields who need good project managers without requiring coding expertise.
What if I don’t have any experience in project management?
This book will give you ideas for hands-on experience in your community that will help you get in the door. Plenty of companies offer entry-level positions where you can hone your skills, and you’ll learn what companies are looking for when they hire a project manager.
Once you put the suggestions in this book into place, you’lljoin successful project managersall over the world in an exciting, fast-paced career. Not only that, but you can use these skills tobenefit all aspects of your life.
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