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Free Consultation Service for all Project Management Students Around the World

Free Consultation Service for all Project Management Students Around the World

I will be offering a free consultation service for persons who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in project management at any university or college around the world. Inform your course mates or anyone you know who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in project management.

The consultation service will mostly focus on how you can start planning your project management career as a student, how you can start developing your entrepreneurship skills or entrepreneurial mindset as a student, how you can research and choose the project management certifications that would be right for your career before or after graduating, how you can become a digitally-savvy project manager, how to search for and choose the right mentor for your project management career and so much more. Just ask me any relevant or valuable question....   Read the Full Article>>>

How Young Project Managers Can Gain Project Management Experience

How Young Project Managers Can Gain Project Management Experience

One common question I get from young and aspiring project managers is: Where can I get experience?

Volunteering is one of the most recognised and reliable ways by which aspiring and young project managers can get project management experience.

Volunteer organisations are always looking for young, ambitious and hard-working people to help organise, execute and manage their projects and other activities. So let’s take a look at how aspiring and young project managers can gain project management experience:...   Read the Full Article>>>

Common Excuses of Young Project Managers in Nigeria

Common Excuses of Young Project Managers in Nigeria

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Over the last few years, I’ve had many online and in-person conversations with aspiring and young project managers in Nigeria.

I’d like to share some of the common excuses or concerns that have consistently come up during these conversations. I may not be qualified to give much advice on how to answer them (Disclosure: I’m still a young project manager! So, not well experienced). However, I can shed some light on some of these excuses or concerns:

1. I’m a (Local) Nigerian Graduate, the Industry Won’t Regard or Respect Me...   Read the Full Article>>>