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Make a Matrix without Keanu Reeves a Priority

Make a Matrix without Keanu Reeves a Priority

Nothing goes as planned, and therefore there will inevitably be several occasions when whatever it is you are doing becomes interrupted by something that ‘needs’ your immediate attention. This often comes in the form of a colleague or team-member rushing in with an ‘emergency’. Managing the priorities of competing situations is a vital step in good Project Management, and is a key to high functioning time management.

16 Entries For Your Book of Blunders as a Project Manager

16 Entries For Your Book of Blunders as a Project Manager

Everyone should have a book of blunders, either written or just in their head, wherein is kept a list of all the mistakes that must be learned from. Some of us might need a second or third volume, but whatever the size of your book, as a Project Manager there are bound to be mistakes made. Here are 16 entries that you may recognize, as they are 16 common mistakes that Project Managers make that need to be learned from.

If You Can’t Do It, Teach It. If You Can’t Teach It, Consult It.

If You Can’t Do It, Teach It. If You Can’t Teach It, Consult It.

There is the old adage that “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” To that I will add, “Those who can’t teach, consult.” Of course this is a slap in the face to teachers, as it implies they are not cut out for the real world, and a poke in the eye to consultants as it implies they are even further down the food-chain than the incapable teaching class. Let’s all take a deep breath! This old adage is a load of garbage… probably written by an out of work teaching consultant!