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How to Improve Your Project Management Method

Every new project needs a plan to deliver results. Learn more about how to improve your project management skills and apply new ones to your next project with these three tips:

Tip #1: Understand the Goals

Every project is made or broken by understanding or misunderstanding the end goals. Make sure your goals are clear before you jump in. That way, everyone involved in the project understands what they need to do to get to the end product. For example, let’s say your latest email campaign needs to mobilize 100 new donors or customers. That’s a concrete goal that everyone, from the marketer to the writer to the designer, can keep in mind as the project progresses.

Tip #2: Make Your Own Path Forward

Whether you use project management software or a whiteboard, you need a plan to execute your goals. That means creating a roadmap for all of the things that need to be done, the concept you will execute to meet your goals, the creative assets you’ll need, and most importantly, the people involved and deadlines you all need to meet. Once you have a clear path for everyone to follow, you’ll be on your way to creating a great project.

Tip #3: Trust Yourself and Your Team

So many projects fail by overthinking everything from the beginning. Try to trust yourself and your team. You have expertise that is at work even when you don’t realize it. Lean into the process and trust your instincts. Sometimes you will fail, and that’s okay. With every failure, you’ll gain lessons that will help you and your team in the future. Plus, many new products and services come about because of experimenting. So go with it, and see where you end up. You just may find your stepping stone to success.

Use Your Skills Now

And a reminder not to overthink these skills. Try them out now in everything you do, and they will become a habit. With these three tips that make or break projects, you’re on your way to meeting your goals and crushing your next project. Review them before you start a new project and practice these steps one by one to maximize your success.


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