As you wake in the morning, try to hold on to your dreams and note them down. Stay in tune with your creative brain – Tony Buzan
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Everyone likes to think about themselves. It is perfectly normal and needed if you hope to learn from your experiences. The trouble is that much of your introspection can be lost if it is not documented in some manner. Mind maps are documents that are easy and fun to create. But more than anything they are virtual documents just like MS Word documents that you can revisit any time you want to. You don’t need to keep your introspection documentation in your head at all times!
Michael Stratton has 15 years of experience as a business analyst, project manager and business owner. Over the years, Michael has consulted for Fortune 500 companies, Big 4 consulting firms, mid-size companies and many startups. He is a strong advocate for the clear identification of problems, requirements and processes before the purchase and implementation of technology solutions.
Project managers are doers. Project managers make things happen. Project managers are some of the most valuable people in an organization. They know who’s doing what and when. They know what’s holding the company back (people, processes or technology). They have process improvement suggestions. They understand how to be efficient. They have industry knowledge. They understand many different business functions within an organization. They track information. They have insight and valuable knowledge geared to help company leaders achieve their vision through action. Organizations that listen to their Effective Project Managers succeed in the marketplace. It’s that simple.
Michael has an M.S. in Technology Management from the University of Denver (2005) and a B.S. in Anthropology from the Missouri State University (1998).
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