Project Management and Being Persistent
Watch videos on the benefits of a project charter and how to be persistent without being a pest.
Project Management: Project Charter
When you’ve been assigned a project, the first thing you need to do as a project manager is to develop a project charter. The project charter defines the boundaries of a project. It’s a document that you can refer to and look back at when you’re at a difficult point in your project’s timelines. It’s important to share this with everyone on the project so that everyone knows what is expected of them and when it’s expected. In this course, we’ll discuss the three parts that a project charter should contain: a summary, an outline, and the authorization section.
This vs. That: Persistent vs. Pestering
You’ve likely been in a situation where you’re waiting on something from someone else to complete your own task. You may casually check in for a status update. Meanwhile, your boss is asking you when it’s going to be done, but you can’t say because you don’t know when the other person will get it to you, and you don’t want to throw them under the bus. This course is all about what to do in this situation and finding the right balance between being persistent and being a downright pest.