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I don't know about others, but for me just the chance to practice Project Management again is exciting me. I was out of work for over two years, and until recently I was working as an entry-level Service Desk analyst. Thankfully, my supervisor, along with the Director of the Service Desk were aware of my background and experience and recommended me for the opportunity that I have recently started. This opportunity is allowing me to work in more of an Agile environment and gives me the chance to apply my Agile training to real-life situations.
The ability to perform and deliver some thing of value is very exciting and fulfilling for me. However, that product / service / result of value is dictated by organizational needs. As long as surrounding environment/ culture is manageable, I'm enjoy my role.
For unmanageable environments, you can always change your organization. Life is too short to suffer in unfavorable circumstances. The continuous learning /upgrading skill-set is part of this equation.
Elevating organizational agility, one team at a time, is never boring and you are always learning...
Learn new technologies/ processes - global methodology. Keeping update of industry. new advancements
When I see smile on people faces, it excites me. Moreover it keeps me on my toes all the time, problem solving, critical decisions to be made, quick actions, and multi-tasking. When the job is demanding and challenging it's always fun.
After decades of practicing PM at all levels, it's a humble privilege to give back and offer my knowledge and experience to fellow practitioners of project management, or as I prefer to say project leaders.
Success is one of the most important and motivating factor. Thrive for success with great motivation.
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