Some Tips To Be a Good Project Manager
- Does anybody want a boring project manager? Hopefully not. In order to keep the group live, a project manager must be lively and enthusiastic about the project that is assigned. Keep the communication going. A good project manager should keep status reports and keep track of internal and external meetings, calls, comments, feedbacks, and more. If a client seems to have a comment, it’s best to relay the message to the team.
- Every project should have a scope of what you should expect. A good guideline and project milestone would be best if everyone was on the same page. If a team is given a milestone and you tell them why it will take a two week process, it’s best to inform them and explain what concepts and details must be looked at in order for the team to get engaged towards the project.
- When involving the team, it’s best to check up on the team of their progress. We all know some team members can’t make the meetings and some work best at their own desks. If a team member is really engages, he or she will have hundred ideas for the team and they will fill in the holes when the whole team is not present.
- A project manager’s job is to overlook the potential risks that might make the project go over budget or over the deadline. If a project manager knows exactly well of these areas, the PM can avoid the project going off track.
- A project who supports the team and leads the team in the right direction will give the right confidence and boost for the team to achieve their project. “Wow, very nice job A. Good work!”. It is all about communication, organization, and hard work.