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I guess you’ve all heard about the #PM72 Summit. The virtual project management event organized by Jexo. It is a 72-hour stream with live discussion panels, talks from experts around the project management world and awesome afterparties. All while raising donations for Malala Fund who is working for a world where all girls can learn and lead.
So here is my take on the Meet the Speaker Series:
I started “working” with 🖥️ computers 40 years ago. Since then I try to optimize 📈 everything with the help of digital devices. I discovered the Atlassian world in 2010 for me and it was a perfect match. Jira helps me to keep control over projects and the missing pieces are now added by Epic Sum Up.
In my session I’ll talk about easy project recalibration when a project overwhelm hits. Constantly aligning projects and changing estimates is an ongoing process. And project overwhelm is a natural part of it. It happens to every project manager including me. But what do you do once it happens?
In my session I’ll show you 4 simple steps you can take to get your projects back on track. And how you can keep a better overview in the future.
I have used these steps myself a couple of times and so I wanted to share them with you as well. Hoping you can gain from them too.
While developing these 4 steps I’ve tried to keep them simple and tool independent so everyone can use them.
I’m excited to connect with you at the European 🍻 afterparty and talk about all kinds of project management processes. And of course answer any questions and 💬 discuss feedback about my talk.
And as I’m always excited about lean project management practices I can definitely recommend taking a look at my interview about lean project management with Biro.
See you at PM’72