Managing Multiple Project with Elizabeth Harrin

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In Elizabeth Harrin’s latest book Managing Multiple Projects: How project managers can balance priorities, manage expectations and increase productivity, she draws on her 20+ years providing training, education, and mentoring in the project management field to take on a problem all of us face. When you have too many projects on your plate, and all of them are high priority, how do you find you get the most important work done without losing yourself in the process? While the book is project management-centric, the tools and skills Harrin offers are applicable not just for career project managers, but anyone who finds themself juggling more projects (work or otherwise) than the hours in the day will accommodate. In this interview, Elizabeth shares a few of the key ideas from the book and we dig into some of the techniques she employs to manage her own workload in a way that still allows her to be present and show up for the rest of her life as well. While many of the interviews I get to do focus on particular aspects of project management or agile, this interview has valuable ideas and techniques for everyone - not just those on a project management career path. Managing Multiple Projects https://amzn.to/3uEQwiX Project Management Rebels https://projectmanagementrebels.com Contacting Elizabeth Website: https://elizabeth-harrin.com Amazon Page: https://amzn.to/3cbWykH LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethharrin/ Blog: https://RebelsGuideToPM.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Rebelsguidetoprojectmanagement Twitter: https://twitter.com/OtobosGroup

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