Nowadays, every job is framed into a project. Whatever we want to
undertake professionally has a start and finish date, a scope or goal,
a defined budget, and a detailed list of the necessary people to make
it all happen. Many different types of teams are involved, and there's
usually just one person to coordinate them all: a project manager.
Rarely you'll find such a role that requires mastering so many soft
and hard skills at the same time. It's a relatively new job
description, and their specific responsibilities are not set in stone.
Also, no formal education will prepare you entirely for this role, as
the universities haven't completely adapted to the trends yet. So, the
question is inevitable:
HOW DO YOU BECOME A PROJECT MANAGER?
First, let's see what they do and which skills are needed for each
task, and then we'll analyze what you need to acquire those skills.
The 5 phases of project management include initiation, planning,
execution, monitoring, and project closure. While initiation ...