Mr . Myo Min Htoo
Instructor, Project Manager & Aircraft Engineer
I’ve been working over 10 years as Project Manager, Aircraft Maintenance Technician and Government Officer.
As a Project Manager, I’ve successfully completed more than 20 different large projects in public and private sectors.
Project Management Professional (PMP) awarded by Project Management Institute, USA.
Professional Scrum Master I (PSM I) awarded by Scrum.Org.
Professional Scrum Product Owner I (PSPO I) awarded by Scrum.Org.
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1. Project management methodologies
Project management requires knowledge of the different project management methodologies such as Waterfall, Agile and PMI methods as well as the ability to decide which is the best method for various projects. Waterfall and PMI methods consist of a lot of up-front planning before starting any value-generating work. Agile methodology is more focused on delivering results. Then you will use customer feedback to continuously improve the resulting product or service.
2. Data analysis
Data analysis is a necessary skill for project management. Project managers need the ability to quantify performance and project results as well as analyze financial information such as budgets, expenditures and return-on-investment. This skill is necessary for a project manager to monitor the performance of a project to ensure employees complete it within the prescribed deadline and budgetary constraints. Additionally, when closing a project, project managers need to report on the overall performance of the project, which will require the ability to analyze data collected during the project, such as task duration, actual costs, return-on-investment and break-even points.
3. Time management
Successful project management requires intense time management skills. This skill involves the ability to manage your own time to ensure you complete project planning and execution tasks on time, but it also involves the ability to schedule and manage others’ time. Project managers need to have a thorough understanding of the time required to complete various tasks to ensure they can develop a project schedule that is on target to meet prescribed deadlines. They also need to manage that schedule throughout the project to account for any tasks that exceed their allotted timeframes.
4. Effective communication
Effective communication is key to successful project management. It is the ability to convey ideas and information in ways others can understand. Project management requires this skill for both written and verbal communication with individuals and groups. Project managers need to ensure all stakeholders and team members understand the project scope, plans and tasks. This may include presenting information to large groups, facilitating meetings, writing reports and meeting with individuals to discuss task performance. It also includes giving and receiving feedback to confirm understanding or provide a correction.
5. Problem solving
Problem solving is the ability to find solutions and overcome problems that may impact a project. This includes recognizing a problem exists, identifying potential solutions and evaluating options, then selecting and implementing the best solution. Problem solving is necessary for project management to ensure projects meet the deadline and budget constraints. Examples of problem solving as a project manager may include reallocating resources to ensure tasks are completed on time, identifying alternative materials to reduce costs and determining where to reduce task duration to maintain timelines when another task is overdue.