New Article Posted – The Single Most Important Quality of a Project Manager

I’ve posted a new article on my website.

Over the past 15 years of my consulting work, I’ve had the opportunity to serve as an external project manager on dozens of software implementations. This has given me the opportunity to hone my own project management skills and allowed me to watch other project managers in action (from the software company’s side and the client’s side).

What I’ve learned is that the single most important quality of a project manager is the ability to communicate. More than domain expertise, more important than knowing how to operate project management software or how to run a meeting, the ability to communicate trumps all when it comes to being a successful project manager. Click here to read the rest of the article.

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About Wes Trochlil

For a quarter century, Wes has worked in and with dozens of associations and membership organizations throughout the US, ranging in size from zero staff (all-volunteer) to over 700. In that time Wes has provided a range of consulting services, from general consulting on data management issues to full-scale, association-wide selection and implementation of association management systems.

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