Does this image intimidate you? If it does, good, it should be, but only at first look. If you have a project, a serious project, that requires a great deal of effort and money, STOP thinking about it, you WILL FAIL, so do not WASTE your time and hard-earned money. This last statement is applicable, ONLY if the image intimidates you. Consequently, we will start this post with a dose of reality before we can help you learn how to lead a personal project.
Is project management for engineers only?
Is it for engineering and construction projects only?
Or, is it for all aspects of life?
Here is the video.
A couple of days ago, I posted a message on Facebook and later via this blog site on conflicting emotions related to project management.
On Facebook, a friend and ex-intern wrote the following response to my post: Continue reading
In the last article, we discussed an important topic that is close to my heart. The topic is: What is the best way of teaching youth project management skills?
This blog post is different from our normal posts – it is not directly about project management but it is about an initiative that SUKAD is launching as a community development initiative. At this time, this is initiative is geographically limited to Lebanon but will expand into the future. We share here to seek the support of the professional community.
SUKAD is supporting the launch of a not for profit organization that uses project management as an essential components of our future works and where we will help students learn project management and leadership skills and apply them on community projects!