Are you looking for a new career or just starting out and haven’t decided which direction to take?
If you consider yourself to be an organised person, enjoy working with other people and regularly enter a state of tranquility when you tick tasks off a to-do list, you may have a future in project management.
Chances are, even if you don’t have "project manager"on your business card, you’re probably already managing a project in some shape or form, be it at work or at home.
To understand why people choose project management as a career, we spoke to our project management tutors here at LSBF and their answers are listed in the infographic below.
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