Independent of what college you attended (if you went to one), what you studied, where you first worked, your current organization, how long you’ve been in project management, the size of your budget, the number of people on your staff, and so forth, it’s likely that you fall into one of three groups of people who are attracted to learning about Everyday Project Management. Where do you fit?
This group consists of people who are new to project management and probably not familiar with the basic concepts. They lack on-the-job experience; thus, they need to gear up quickly. Perhaps they come from an engineering discipline or the military. First-time project managers tend to be younger, but not necessarily!
If from engineering, ...