20 Project Management Tips to Live By

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In reality, everyone practices project management.You may not have a PMP certificate. You may not know what PMBOK is. But as a leader in government, you are undoubtedly helping to deliver quality projects, on time, with limited resources, and making an impact.

Join this on-demand training, where we will provide 20 great project management tips to help you do your job better. You’ll find answers to questions like:

  • How do you manage people that don’t report to you?
  • How do you over-communicate? When to apply various channels (in-person, email meeting vs 1-on-1).
  • How do you manage scope and complexity in your project when people (including your superiors) are sharing new ideas every day?
  • How do you keep a project on track for completion when other divisions you are depending on are ignoring you?


Chaeny Emanavin, Website Program Manager, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Chaeny Emanavinhas worked in the federal government as a contractor and federal employee since 2000. His passion is finding innovations to make work more efficient, productive and enjoyable. As a developer and project manager, he leads development teams throughout the entire process of finding problems, then brainstorming, building, delivering and training staff on those solutions.

He studied human-computer interaction as an undergraduate at Stanford University. He studies usability and security methodologies in graduate school at Georgetown University. He lives in Washington, DC with his wife, three children and dog.

Catherine Andrews, Director of Content, GovLoop
Catherine Andrews is the Director of Content at GovLoop, the knowledge network for government, where she works to develop guides, blog posts, and other resources for government workers. Previous to GovLoop, she was the Director of Digital Content at Home Front Communications, working with clients from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to the Huffington Post on social media strategy. She’s also served as the Editorial Director of Washingtonian.com, and was a member of the team that launched CNN.com’s iReport section. Catherine received her master’s in online journalism from Northwestern University and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia. She lives in the Eckington neighborhood of Washington, D.C., where she spends her free time running, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

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