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Journey to teaching Project Management (Pt. 3)

One of the most important components to understand about project management- is that it requires leadership. This is something that I am still working on in my own personal development in and outside this internship- so teaching it is not realistic at my current state. What I can do is share some finding’s based on research I’ve done for my own education. I recently read an article from the project management institute titled “Learning to Lead Chaos”. I combined a few of the paragraphs that were from that article that really stood out to me.

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Journey to teaching Project Management (Pt. 2)

Teaching communication is tricky because it’s difficult to teach. Communication is learned through experience throughout our individual lives. There are also many different forms of communication. You need to able to distinguish how to communicate that is acceptable based on a situation- casual or professional settings. In project management, communication is everything. The PM needs to be able to effectively communicate with the internal team, external teams, clients, and any other stakeholders that are affiliated within a project.

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