As a Digital Project Manager, by consistently displaying a high degree of honesty, trust and integrity to everyone throughout the digital project’s entire lifecycle helps improve your chances of success, cements your position as a solid leader and earns you respect from both client and project team alike.
When managing digital projects Digital Project Managers will need to make constant decisions that each have the capability to make one group of people happy and another upset. While you can’t always keep everyone happy, by adopting a ‘consider, analyse and communicate’ decision making process you can improve your chances of maintaining peace and harmony amongst everyone.
To make up for the lack of Digital Project Management posts published recently, I thought I’d publish an update on what I’ve been up to. Read about my partnering with Smashing Magazine, latest sites launched, feeds updated and the Digital Project Manager vacancy at Rawnet. Plus, witness me also publicly commit to write some articles in the next few weeks and risk humiliation and expulsion from the community.
In this final part we’ll take a look at a pragmatic approach to digital project planning for those of us working in a small busy agency or as a freelancer. Read why digital project planning is not as complicated as you might think and not something only dedicated digital project managers can undertake.
Are you a Fire Fighter or Forest Ranger personality when it comes to digital project planning? Find out now and discover if that’s ultimately a good or bad thing.
Are your digital projects constantly going over budget and finishing late? Perhaps you should start with applying digital project management skills and start planning!
Increase the accuracy of your digital project time estimations using the following approaches.
Ever started a digital project only to realise you’ve underestimated? Read why this always happen and how you can increase accuracy of digital project estimations.
Defining realistic and measurable digital project KPIs, and keeping them at the forefront of everyone’s mind, is not only one of the most crucial parts of a digital project manager’s role, but also takes comparatively less effort than most other project tasks you will perform for what is a huge benefit to all.
Moving from web development to digital project management is a long and difficult journey. One of the biggest challenges along the way is learning how to deal with approximately one trillion things each day.
There is a long-term and real danger of outsourcing web work on a regular basis that can go un-noticed until it is too late….