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The Art of Project Management. How To Manage And Launch Projects From Scratch

Posted by Thandiubani on Fri 18th Nov, 2022 - tori.ng

First, the project manager is responsible for all the preparation work for a project to start. This means an analysis of the market and a calculation of optimal sales volumes and profitability.

 
The project manager is considered a quite new position in the labor market. It is in demand both in the IT field and in any other niche, where there is a need to create an innovative business concept and put it into practice. To become one, you can take a project management course focused on developing the skills needed to lead a team of people and implement ideas. Such courses can be found on the international educational platform Lectera.
 
But first, let us tell you what project management looks like in practice.
 
What does a project manager do?

First, the project manager is responsible for all the preparation work for a project to start. This means an analysis of the market and a calculation of optimal sales volumes and profitability. 
 
Second, the project manager is in full control of the development process. They determine the business goals of the project, select sales channels, form sales conditions, and distribute tasks within the team.
 
Third, keeping in touch with the customer or manager for feedback is also the main responsibility of the project manager. Even at the MVP stage, they must organize A/B testing, collect customer feedback, and make sure the team corrects any possible errors to improve the product. By the way, the presentation of the finished project to the customer is also part of the project manager’s duties!
 
For example, let's say you want to create your own food delivery service like Uber Eats. What resources do you need for this? What's the budget? How many IT specialists and professionals from other niches will be required? The project manager solves these and other issues.
 
Where and what to study to become a project manager
 
In order to qualitatively fulfill all of the above responsibilities, a project manager needs:
  • Strategic thinking
  • Time management skills
  • Communication skills
  • Flexibility of thinking
  • Knowledge of management strategies and methodologies (like SCRUM).
  • Many other skills are needed, depending on the field of activity of the company. To master them, you can, for example, turn to Lectera, which has two project management courses for those who want to succeed in this profession:
  • “Project Manager Profession. Career Vision and How To Become One”  In addition to getting familiar with product management terminology, you will also master Waterfall and other project management techniques, learn how to work with Trello, Asana, Jira, Microsoft Project, and how to manage risks and budgets.
  • “Project Manager in Action. Risk Management and Plan Realisation” 

This Lectera course is a perfect complement to the previous one, so they can be taken in sequence. There will be a deep dive directly into product development, team management, skill development, working with documentation, and the SCRUM methodology.

By the way, you can complete all of these courses in just 7-8 hours! Lectera will provide you with all the theoretical knowledge needed in a “packaged” form.
 
A project manager is a person who turns an ordinary business idea into a working, profitable, and effective mechanism. So a good specialist is worth their weight in gold. Give it a try!
 

 



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