I'm not the type of person that becomes stressed very easily. However, if in an extreme circumstance I did start to become stressed, I would look to the cause of it and attempt to identify a solution. I would certainly not be afraid to look to others for their input and assistance. In a working environment I think stress comes around from pressurized situations. In such cases the best solution is often one of situation management until the crisis abates.
I hardly ever get stressed; however, I do encounter different kinds of challenges. The recipe for me to overcome those challenges is to get to the bottom of the problem and deal with it immediately before it becomes a disaster.
Project Manager Add Value By:
a)Define Proper Communication Plan
b)Maintain Clear Functional and Technical Documentation
c)Arrange Brainstorming session within the team to deliver best quality of services
d)Improve Technical competency in team thru different approach
e)Maintain Team Morale with Creative and fun activities
f)appropriate resource backup and risk plan
A little appreciation for a successfully completed work. If failed in that task, I am motivated to do it better than ever. If completed successfully, the sucess motivates me to go in for a tougher project/work which is a new challenge for me. As it is, winning challenges is the spirit in me.
1. When I am able to make significant positive contribution in a challenging situation, thereby helping in the overall success of the Task / Project.
2. When organization shows confidence in me by choosing me amongst many for a tough and challenging assignment
Very few projects stay on schedule, under budget and with no major problems. The ability to handle stressful situations is key to successful project management. Limited resources and time, changing demands and new circumstances all result in stress on the project manager.
Show how you are able to stay calm under pressure and plan to reduce stress focusing on aspects such as your people management, technology management, risk management and expectation management.
Innovations were done in the working procedures to reduce Efforts with high quality deliverables. Timely Deliveries with Quality work. Updation documented in the Procedure document with each delivery. Appreciated Customer Feedback
MPMM is unique in that the Project Life Cycle, templates and examples apply to all project types, sizes and industries. The core principles within MPMM are currently used by more than 45,000 people in 50 different countries around the world, to undertake projects successfully. Some of the more common industries include IT, Building and Construction, Telecommunications, Engineering and Government to name a few. By reading the Examples, you will see examples of the wide variety of project types suitable for MPMM. Of course, you need to scale this methodology to fit each current project
MPMM is a Project Management Methodology which provides a complete "framework" for managing projects. This framework provides you with a step-by-step walkthrough of the phases, activities and tasks to be undertaken to complete a project. By following the Project Life Cycle framework for your project, you will greatly enhance your chances of project success.
It should be an open discussion with each team member and this discussion should start with positive points only and all the negative points should be discussed personally (privately).
MPMM is perfect for project managers, business managers, team members, consultants, trainers, lecturers and students, as well as many other types of roles. Not only will it increase your knowledge of project management and the Project Life Cycle, but it will also provide you with a structured framework for delivering projects successfully. To understand in more detail how MPMM will help you to improve the efficiency within your role, we suggest that you visit our Solutions page.
MPMM has adopted best practice terminology to ensure that organizations communicate effectively whilst managing projects. Within the Glossary you will find definitions for all commonly used terms within MPMM.
Q Is it best practice?
A Yes. To ensure that MPMM is considered best practice within the industry, we have aligned the contents as closely as possible with the two defining project management industry standards: the PMBOKTM (the US standard) and Prince2TM (the UK standard). See the Best Practices page for more information.