Daphne is an enthusiastic web content specialist. She translates strategy into practical plans, focusing on content management, project coordination, and editing, mainly for healthcare projects. She loves her job and laughs too much.
In November I took on my biggest project yet. It’s great, I love it, and it also feels huge. It’s so much bigger than the projects I’ve worked on in the past that I realised I needed a new way to manage it. So for two months I asked colleagues to advise me on which project management techniques I should try. Although all the advice and viewpoints helped, I felt nervous using other people’s methods, proven or not. I realised that the only way I’d believe in myself—be confident in my choices—was to make those methods my own, by changing them enough to fit my needs.
In this presentation I’ll share how I refused to work through the standard project management method, how I made the case for change, and what happened as a result. You’ll learn how to:
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