--Originally published at Project Evaluation and Management
Hi Ken, I hope you are doing very well. It has been a heavy semester more than anything due to the pandemic, which has been a very difficult situation, but well we have to continue with the classes and our activities.
This class for me was my favorite. Thank you for bringing us all those guests, from each one, I learned new things and I was able to reinforce others that I already more or less I knew. The personal finance class was one of my favorites since it opened my eyes to a new and unknown world, which I want to know, that is why I will take as a topico, I look for more information and videos on those topics that we touched in class such as how to invest, how to make your retirement plan and above all the vocabulary you learn.
For the project manager part I learned a lot, because not only was the readings but also that the guests explained to you what the real world is like and what problems you may face, it is not only directing a project, it covers many things that for many may go unnoticed but in the end, they matter. As for example communication in a project is important and should not be underestimated, you have to know how to communicate with your client, with your team, and with the other people involved. Because it is not only that the client arrives and tells you what he wants. Also thinking about your team is important so that the project can go out, you cannot enslave them to be working all day, they need a break so they can be productive, they can get sick and it is not easy to be Continue reading "Course Reflection"