6 Tips For Managing Multiple Projects

Presented by Elizabeth Harrin, A Girl’s Guide to Project Management

Managing a single project can be stressful enough before being overwhelmed with managing multiple projects. Having the right approach is key to managing portfolios of projects.

It is very tempting to use an excel template to track your projects but can be difficult to maintain with an increasing number of contributors.

Successful portfolio management is only possible with the right approach and the right tool.

Elizabeth Harrin is the creator of the award winning blog Girls Guide to Project Management. Her writing helps project managers get work done in the real world and not the ideal situations that textbooks describe.

If you juggle projects with competing priorities and want less stress at work, then join Elizabeth and BrightWork CEO Éamonn McGuinness to learn how to manage multiple projects through:

  • Milestone planning
  • Dependency management
  • Considering SharePoint as a Project Management Tool
  • Multi-Stakeholder management
  • Multi-project governance
  • Personal effectiveness

 

 

About Girls Guide to Project Management:

GirlsGuideToPM.com provides practical solutions and easy-to-use templates to help you manage your projects more successfully. As well as that (and maybe more importantly) GirlsGuideToPM.com are a community trying to get work done in the real world, not the ideal situations that the textbooks describe. 

About Éamonn McGuinness:

Éamonn McGuinness is the CEO and founder of BrightWork. From 1995, Éamonn has been involved in the development of commercial software products on Lotus Notes, Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365, with the same basic product mission (process driven and people inspired collaborative project management)

 

Meet The Presenter

Elizabeth Harrin
Creator of Girls Guide to PM
Elizabeth Harrin is the creator of the award winning blog Girls Guide to Project Management. Her writing helps project managers get work done in the real world and not the ideal situations that textbooks describe.
Eamonn McGuinness
CEO - BrightWork
BrightWork