Tag: project management

Project Management 101: Staying Sane

Nine Tips for Ramping Up and Maintaining a Large Team For the past 15 months, I’ve been managing an extremely large project for a health services organization and have been revamping instructor-led associate-degree-level courses into a blended solution in a mobile and virtual-friendly format. Our tight knit team of 30+ instructional designers, programmers, media developers, editors, […]

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Planning a Training “Party”

Tips on How to Plan Training Projects Everyone loves a party, right? Well, for the introverts out there, you might enjoy the behind-the-scenes planning more than the event itself, while the extroverts might shrug off the details and just want to jump right into the fun. Regardless, I say “Party?” you say, “Yes!” But what […]

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How Many Projects Can One Person Juggle?

It’s an age-old question. How many projects can one person juggle? Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating – it’s not exactly an age-old question – but it’s a question I’m asked a lot. Let me preface my answer with the fact that I love, love, love project management. The more projects I can manage, the better. I love the variety. I love that I get to talk to many different people on any given day. And I love solving problems. For me, there’s no better job than project management. I’ve been doing it for more than 15 years.

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