Matthew Encina - Practical Project Management
When you land a new project, where do you start?
Not knowing the first step or point of contact in your team can kick things off to a rocky start. It’s important to know who and where to go first to get the project rolling on the right foot.
It's hard to get your team organized.
Say you find the right starting point. But throughout the project, all organization goes out the window. Deadlines are past due, your team’s lost focus, and the client’s getting impatient.
Learn how to make more money by running jobs more efficiently.
With no process, you’re lost. By getting your team aligned from the get-go, you can delegate effectively, manage projects with ease, and meet deadlines. Not to mention, make clients very happy.
Run your projects profitably and friction-free.
Scale your business
Learn how to delegate tasks among your internal team that makes scaling smooth and efficient.
Feel confident in your process
Finally have transparency with your clients, maintain control in the relationship, and get work approved faster.
Do great work
Remove the guesswork, and focus on great work that delights clients every time.
Learn from the pros
Matthew Encina and I walk you through our entire project management approach, from onboarding to delivery, in over 70 video course lectures. Each lecture is packed with information, presentation materials, and is easy to digest.
Save time writing
Do you find yourself writing the same emails over and over again? To save time, Ben and Matthew have created templates that you can use with your clients and teams.
Get peace of mind
A form you can send to your clients when it’s time to sign off on milestones or entire projects. Know that revisions are done when they’re marked ‘done.’
Review what went well
A simple, easy-to-use worksheet to help your internal team conduct retrospectives on each project after completion.
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