Thursday, 6 October 2016

Pankaj Saharia of Shrewsbury - Common Mistakes Made By Project Managers

Though he works primarily as a civil and structural engineer in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, Pankaj Saharia is often called upon to manage large projects, particularly in bridge design, which is his specialty. This offers a range of challenges that can lead to new project managers tripping up, which affects their projects and relationships with their co-workers. The following are all mistakes you should aim to avoid as a project manager.

                                             Pankaj Saharia Shrewsbury

Not Communicating

Your goal as a project manager is to keep your team focused and ensure that everybody knows what they should be doing in order to make the project a success. You need to communicate well and often to do this. Be concise with your instructions, listen to your team members and make it a point to arrange time to discuss the project and any issues it may have each week.

Not Learning

Those in management roles need to take learning extremely seriously if they are to maintain the respect that they need to lead their teams. Everything you experience as a project manager should be considered a learning experience, plus you need to do everything you can to keep your knowledge up-to-date. Those who don’t tend to fall behind, which negatively affects their teams.

Poor Hiring

As a project manager you will likely be involved in the hiring process for your team. It is crucial that you understand what you need and how to find those qualities in candidates. Those who don’t consider everything in the hiring process may end up bringing people in who disrupt projects.
Pankaj Saharia Shrewsbury is an experienced structural engineer in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.