For Graduates (Part 2): 8 Tips on How to Adjust to Your New Job as a Project Manager

Linh Tran, Friday 28 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

For Graduates: Adjusting to your new job as a project manager

Photo by Unsplash User Thomas Lefebvre

Congratulations on getting that job! You’re probably ecstatic now and are anticipating your first day. But it’s not all happy butterflies, is it? There’s also a little bit of uncertainty and worry - the well-known “first day jitters”. But rest assured: you’re not the only one who feels that way - and there are ways to overcome it. 

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For Recruiters (Part 3): How to Get the Onboarding of New Project Managers Right

Carola Moresche, Thursday 20 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

For recruiters: How to get the onboarding of new project managers right

Photo by Flickr User Bob Duran, Licensed under CC BY 2.0

You have found a great new project manager who fits perfectly in your company? Congratulations! But this is not the end of the journey. After the hiring process you should make an effort to get the onboarding process going as soon as possible to make the initiation of your new project manager into your firm as smooth as possible. 

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The 10 Commandments of Project Management

Carola Moresche, Monday 17 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

HEADER the 10 commandments of project management

Project management is becoming increasingly important in the business world. You will hardly find an industry that does not rely on the skills of project managers to deliver projects successfully. Which is why it’s paramount to remember the basic rules of project management. Here are the 10 commandments of project management to live by. 

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For Graduates (Part 1): So You Think You Can Be a Project Manager

Linh Tran, Friday 14 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

For Graduates: So You Think You Can Be a Project Manager

The classic (and often dreaded) question after graduating college: “What are you going to do now?” While some will continue with a post-graduate degree, others will be entering the work force. If you are you considering becoming a project manager, then this blog post will help you assess whether you have what it takes to be one.

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For Recruiters (Part 1): Does Your Business Need a Project Manager?

Linh Tran, Friday 07 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

For Recruiters: Does Your Business Need a Project Manager?

Startups and small businesses often think that they do not have enough people or customers to need a project manager. That might be true for smaller or more insignificant projects, but the moment a business has to deal with a critical or bigger project, it needs to consider hiring a project manager.

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Boredom: Between Creative Potential and Boreout

Linh Tran, Wednesday 05 August 2015 | Reading time: unknown

Boredom - Creative potential or risk of boreout?

Photo by Flickr User seler+seler (edited), Licensed under CC BY 2.0

Summer time, free time. No to-do lists, no meetings, no emails. While you might be ecstatic at first that you don’t have to do anything, this excitement can quickly wear off and it can seem as if time passes by as slowly as a snail. If such a feeling also creeps up in your daily work life, it gets problematic. 

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