13-15 March 2020

City, University London

Project management - or why I often feel like a kindergarten teacher


This session is for everyone interested in how to manage a project, clients and team members.

Session details

The tasks as a project manager are manifold. But often I feel more like a kindergarten teacher.

Each developer has their own needs and must be treated individually. Each client has their own needs and must be treated individually. 


How the project performs is in my hands as a project manager. You will not change a developer nor the client. As a project manager you need to accept the individuality of each character and lead the project to success.

I would like to share my experiences, problems, learnings, successes and mistakes I made as a Project Manager and how I use standardized processes to lead a project and help both the team as well as the client to be happy at the end of the day.

Scheduled day
Session Time
12.05 - 12.50





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