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Getting Started With Project Management

Project management is a tough job. Teams and organizations are trying to work leaner, and often that means eliminating a dedicated project manager. While it’s still possible to earn an advanced degree in the subject, it’s not uncommon for people with little-to-no experience to find themselves thrust into the role, often on top of their official job. While this can be an overwhelming experience, there’s so much powerful software for project management on the market that a small project or two may not require a project manager at all.

If you don’t have much experience managing projects, here are some pointers to get you started. Many thanks to Peter Clarkson, formerly of Maestro Development, and Jason Westland, CEO of , for their insight on

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