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Step by step, day by day. Sharing my thoughts, frustrations, adventures, experience and bit of knowledges to become a great project manager.
Covering all things Pro* - the wild card includes these fantastic topics: problems, products, progress, projects, process, programs, professions, proposals, provisioning, and more! Analysis and commentary on yesterday and today, and prognostications, prophesies, and projections for the future.
NASA has a long tradition of project management; it's well documented and practiced daily. This blog will explore the author's 20+ years of experience working on space projects to a strict (and documented) set of processes by exploring actual projects and their results. You'll find that while NASA's project and program management standards are similar to PMI's standards, there are quite a few differences.
This blog is a repository of professional learnings from my 8+ year journey of project and program management. I will share best practices and ideas, and explore project management as a profession in the digital age—and how project and program mangers should upskill themselves to stay ahead of the curve. I would love to hear your comments!
Fouad has 13 years of planning experience in cement and glass industry. Over five years of experience managing projects, operations, contracts, and personnel. His work experience includes short and long term planning, project management, contracts and procurement, data analysis, claims adjudication and business writing. Fouad was a certified in 2015 as a Project Management Professional. Search to answer the big question "Life is a big project...How we can successes in it...???"
Although Project Managers spend 90% of their time communicating, communication in project management is the most underdeveloped skill for project managers. This blog will help Project Managers become better communicators and thus, better Project Managers.
The PM Interface is a place for discussions, insights, and personal experiences related to project management. Here you'll find articles with an interesting perspective relating to a variety of PM topics. Please leave a comment, or disagreement. Your feedback is valuable.