June 1-3, 2022 | Virtual
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management learning, approach, application, and interjection of
modern , and current managementt apparatus, and architectures with the recent updated management trends.
PM always was hard for newcomers and even for experienced guys. And we never stop learning. It has more to do with human relations than with mechanistic procedures, if you want to be successful.
When I started in the 1980s, not many books, courses or communities were available. Today we have lots of each and there is a demand for PMs. This is a good time to get into the profession.
Connect with others e.g. thru PMI Chapters.
Try to get a mentor who helps you by guiding you.
My PMs come to me for help. Sometimes it's a clear answer. Many times, it is not. Multiple paths forward. Solutions and resolutions are not always right/wrong or black and white. My philosophy, "let's talk about options and figure it out together."
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