10 Simple Project Management Tips for New Project Managers

So you’re the new project manager.

Did you get your first project? Can you manage it? Well, of course you can!

Managing a new project as a new project manager is going to be intimidating. You have a lot of new responsibilities in your job description, a lot of people are now looking up to you for guidance, and you’ve to bring everyone together to get everything done on time.

The whole situation can be frightening – unless you know what you need to do and how you need to go about your new role.
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Time Management and the Virtual Employee: Virtual Project Management

Working with a virtual employee sounds like a business partnership based in science fiction.

Up to 38% of positions in various industries today are remote. This freedom allows a business’s employees to work from home or while on the road.

The structure of these employment opportunities depends on the business in question, of course. You may wonder: if an employee doesn’t come into the office and punch the time clock, how is it possible to manage their time?
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Business Self-Care: Avoiding Project Burnout

Burnout is never a fun feeling. You go to resume work on one of your projects, and no matter how pressing its deadline is or how passionate you felt about the work when you started, you just can’t bring yourself to complete the job. Don’t fall prey to any feelings of inadequacy, though.

Project burnout occurs when you look at a project too closely for too long, and it can arise in anyone.
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