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The learning’s – Do’s and Don’ts
Do’s - Management
Over-communicate to management, regarding the happenings in the project. Keep all higher-ups updated
Document all the discussions and decisions taken in the meetings as MOM and archive all the MOMs
Sense the risks of the project and frequently update the risk chart, highlight to the senior management frequently. Make sure they did understand the risk other wise they may blame you later.
Be handy with the status for higher management. They don’t like too much details, be creative summary presentation like PPT or else one page stuff. Should be not more then 1 Page.
Insist for documentation and details – Both internal and with customer
Be under control. Be on top of your status/ Issues/ People/ Work
Be self confident in what you believe and what you are doing. Be strong.
Always be sure of agreement. Never deviate from that
Be passionate about the work you do. Love what you do !

Do’s – People and the Team
Have one-one meetings with team member at lea…
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