Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Phoenix:
"I am going force success into my life with hard cash earning."
Great work will provide faster success.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Cleveland:
"Be a manager that can male a difference."
Be aggressive and show an employer that you are committed to be an outstanding job for the Company.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Lakeville:
"Learn about the specific job and company you are applying to."
There will also be a learning curve, everyone does things differently, make sure you train and work with different staff so you can get up to speed on how the department works. If there are specific things you need to know, seek training for them as soon as possible, even seek initiative to become familiar with the item you want to learn and do some research on it as well as the company that you are looking to work in. It shows initiative, it shows that this is where you want to work and it shows you do your research. Just trust in the things you know and realize technology is ever changing and a career where you are constantly learning.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Indianapolis:
Focus on building a good working relationships with your key project stakeholders. These individuals not only fund projects, they can help you achieve career growth by becoming your advocate.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in 80012:
"Project Management is an art."
Not all projects are the same you must approach each project differently based on the stakeholders, business owner, and size. There is not a one size fit all approach to project management.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Sheboygan:
"Team & Employee Buy-in."
It is important to make everyone involved in a project, feel like an important part of the project. It is also critical that the team members have confidence in your knowledge.
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) in Los Angeles:
"Always ask questions."
Always understand the project you're leading. Focus on the basics and always ask questions. The more you ask at the beginning the better your results will be. Best of luck!