4 Things Project Managers Can Learn From Having a Baby

November 2, 2012 By

Last year I got married and shared my experience with Government Technology readers in my article What Government Agencies Can Learn from a Good Marriage.

This year, the Steve Ressler news continues as my wife and I are expecting our first child (though my wife is doing all the hard work).

In preparation for our first born, like most new parents, we’ve been doing a lot of planning: preparing the nursery, looking at day care providers and generally thinking about what our lives will be like with the new addition.

After countless hours of preparation and discussion, the more I thought about it, planning for a child is really no different from planning an important project. (No, the baby isn’t a project; he will be the most beautiful thing in the world. Don’t get me in trouble with my wife.)

So in that vein, I thought I’d share my project management tips gleaned from baby planning.

Read the article via 4 Things Project Managers Can Learn From Having a Baby.

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