Career plans—and life in general—rarely unfold as expected. What steps should the project manager who is approaching the end of their career take? And what can new PMs learn from them? Here are some valuable reflections we can all learn from—no matter what stage of career we are in.
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Many of the stakeholders that support project management career growth have the wrong perspective on what project management actually is. Becoming a project manager isn't some kind of ending, a destination to reach that signifies progress is complete. It's just the beginning.
This four-part series explores project management careers from various perspectives. We continue with the mid-career project manager. The series will explore options, suggestions and alternatives that are intended to provoke reflection on one’s own career—and suggestions for more choices.
If you’re one of the many project-related workers who are currently struggling to find a new opportunity or motivation, having belief in yourself, your abilities and the future is vital to both your mental well-being and your ability to compete successfully for the opportunities that are out there.
From the personal experiences we have had during the pandemic, we need to build a shared sense of what it has meant, and how we move forward. This is particularly true as we manage the process of re-entry to a world that may look the same but now feels a little stranger and instills a little more wariness and caution.
The improvised nature of virtual work we embraced in 2020 is no longer good enough. It's time to look for ways to improve our performance, comfort and happiness. Specifically, there are individual and team virtual working mistakes to avoid.
Have you been hearing interesting things about citizen development and low-code/no-code applications? Wondering whether you should invest time in learning more about this new, exciting approach? Here are 10 ways it can benefit your career.
Already a nomad project manager accustomed to a solitary life on his motorcycle, this unanchored PM found new challenges when the pandemic hit. Read how he adapted—and how his outlook can help you move forward during trying times.
As people become more comfortable with a distributed working model, the advantages of the approach become clearer. But how many of us are actually taking advantage of those opportunities?
Are you preparing for the digitization of the project management process? Your success in the future will depend on your ability to adapt to and utilize any digitized step, process and application upgrade. Follow these four steps to stay on top of required changes.