Max Free: Project Management

Posted: March 30, 2015 in Business, Information Technology
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Project management is the process and activity of planning, organizing, motivating, and controlling resources, procedures and protocols to achieve specific goals in scientific or daily problems. Ever since Max Free began working in the information technology field so many years ago he began to develop a vernacular ability and skill for managing projects. Although managing projects can be challenging it has also been quite rewarding Max. It has made his career more fruitful and rewarding in terms of social ability. What he has gained in terms of knowledge is that anyone can do anything if they put their mind to it.

Max did get his start in database design and development with a specialized focus in server functionality and connectivity. However, he has since branched out and developed several other meaningful skills in the IT business world. His recent promotion to manager highlights his ability as a leader of a dedicated team of experts that are all working to achieve specific goals. These goals are derived of projects and as the leader of the project team Max has to deliver results in an effective and efficient manner in order to provide high quality output. Project management requires segmenting and compartmentalization in order business to continue to thrive in daily operations. Max specializes in keeping his team on task, on track and meeting regularly to assure that everyone focused on the key project goals. Some of the expected roadblocks come in the form of distractions, miscommunications and disorganization. Max and his team overcome those challenges with patience, understanding and clear communication.


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