The #1 Project Management Mistake, Plus 7 More Lessons

How to save a project that’s destined for doom -- even if you don’t know ANYTHING about project management.
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How to save a project that’s destined for doom — even if you don’t know ANYTHING about project management.

Are you new to project management and feeling overwhelmed by everything you come across on the job?

Are you looking for a total beginner’s guide to project management to help you figure out all the basics?

Do you want to launch your career in project management without being stuck in a junior role for 4 years?

If you’re looking to switch careers and break into project management, you’re not alone.

The Project Management Institute estimates that there are over 16.5 million project managers in the world, and that number continues to climb as more and more companies begin to use project management to grow their business efficiently. By 2027, it’s expected that employers will need over 87 million people in project management roles to help maximize productivity.

The problem? There’s a complete lack of useful introductory information on how to become an excellent project manager.

Sure, there’s tons of resources available online. But most of the information on the Internet related to becoming a project manager tends to start from the middle, and assumes you know what project management is.

Even if your organization is teaching you a little bit here and there, it’s hard not to feel completely dumbfounded with technical terminology flying over your head all the time.

Fortunately, there’s a new project management guidebook to help you get your next project completed on time and on budget — right from start to finish.

In The #1 Project Management Mistake, Plus 7 More Lessons, you’ll discover:

  • The 9 essential questions you need to ask yourself before beginning any project
  • The #1 reason projects fail — don’t start your next project until you read THIS
  • 10 easy steps for holding the perfect lessons-learned session
  • The truth about note taking (hint: taking fewer notes during meetings will boost your productivity)
  • Why you should NEVER answer a client’s question immediately, unless THIS happens first
  • The real reason why project management is so stressful
  • Over 11 simple hacks for setting clear expectations upfront and avoiding mass confusion later on
  • 1 key technique behind creating a work environment that’s over 498% more likely to be high-performing than typical workplaces
  • The secret to having difficult conversations with project members without causing an emotional scene

And much more.

Whether you’re fresh out of college, or you’re a project management veteran looking to refresh your memory, this straightforward guidebook clearly explains the most effective way to steer your project to completion.

You can keep scouring the Internet for project management advice and get even more confused about what you should be doing… or you can take action now and discover the 8 proven strategies for managing projects like a pro.

If you’re ready to master the art of project management without having to take a certification exam, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.

Wesley T Berry (Author)
I have been an active project manager for many years, of which more than 15 years have been spent in providing training, consulting, and mentoring in various aspects of project management. I am an internationally experienced expert in project management and leadership and am considered to be an authority on the subject of project management education and development because I have helped hundreds of students and professionals to learn how to successfully manage projects from start to finish. In my career, I have been involved in large and small construction projects, from being part of multidisciplinary teams building power stations to managing the construction of a small change room for a school in the middle of nowhere. My expertise stretches the whole gamut, from engineering projects to the rollout of information and financial systems in organizations, management consulting, restructuring companies, and the design, launch, and marketing of new products.
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