The world of project management is both exciting and challenging all at once. But there are some frameworks and heuristics "Rule of thumb" we can follow that can bring us success as project managers.
We can read all the books we want about running efficient projects and succeeding, but it does take real-world experience and a few errors (calculated risks) for us to earn the expert PM title.
The Project Management Institute (PMI), an organization about 30 years old, created standards for project management and recently went through a significant upgrade. The project management framework now focuses on three main domains, also known as process groups.
People, Process, and Business Environment
The cool part is that these new process domains do cover the essence of real project management. Let's review them in detail:
Keeping these three process domains in mind while managing your project, and remember that a project manager is the project's visionary. Someone who creates the product roadmap sets communication standards and allows the team to develop their ground rules of how they will operate as a whole. The project manager has one goal, and that is to meet their customer's requirements. You will succeed doing or lose your job trying.