Category Archives: Project Management

Team Talk

Transform your team’s idle banter into an effective project management tool. 

 When we, as project managers, choose to share our views with our team, cohesiveness increases. Conversely, when our team members decide to talk to us about their concerns, we begin to see the project more clearly. Conversation is the currency with which we exchange ideas with one another.

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Note to (PM) Self: Designers Just Want to Design 

cubicle people It’s been more than fifteen years since I was a product designer, and I still catch myself thinking like one. With keen observation, I watch the way people interact with their environment. I see their enjoyment, as well as their frustrations, when using certain products. I imagine re-designing the product in order to provide the potential customer with an enhanced experience.

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The Fine Art of Team Building

“We build too many walls and not enough bridges” -Isaac Newton

A project manager’s team is his strongest asset. Each team member contributes an important piece of work to the project. If the team communicates well, then the discrete pieces have a better chance of fitting tightly together to build a successful product.

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