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Robin Lampert
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Senior Consultant at Emerald Keys L L C

I'm curious... what is your favorite part of managing a project? What do you enjoy doing? Or what makes you feel the best?

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Carl Wall
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Closing the books on the project with a 32 percent profit margin.

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surbhi sharma
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Scrum Master / Project Manager/ Business Analyst /QA Analyst

Understanding the Project basics, requirements, platform, & working with Stakeholders, to ensure Project meets its objectives, budget & timeline by regular feedback for bringing-in continuous improvement in the process and controls.

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mary ocampo
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Accounting Technician at Bandar Seri Begawannegara Brunei Darussalam

i really enjoyed managing project by implementation of accounting software when it comes of handling materials at my last job.It gave me an opportunity to evaluate and refine any processes that weren’t really working for us. Additionally, I enjoyed being able to collaborate with every department in our office to ensure their needs were being met. It was challenging but definitely rewarding.

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Frank Bonifazi
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Contractor at Product Owner Functional Architect

Leading discussions to solve problems and get people on the right track to succeed. This sounds easier than it often is.

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Robin Lampert
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Senior Consultant at Emerald Keys L L C

Thanks for your answers!
I think my favorite part is when the core deliverables are accepted; when I get to see how happy people are with the results the team produced.

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Christine Prosha
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Customer Service Specialist at Kohls

The organization of the project and collecting the data..and above all being proud of a job where each employee gives input to complete the project on time and under budget.

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Sherry Cox
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Administrative Assistant at Llano Cemetery

Knowing that my residents feel safe and happy in their homes. Good curb appeal leads to good resident retention which leads to good word of mouth so that when they do leave us to purchase homes, move out of state ect. they will tell their friends and family thus creating another happy resident for us. Sherry Cox.

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virginia roberts
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Cashier Biscuit Maker at Mc Donalds

Taking care of the disabled or eldery

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John Spruiell
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Overnight Stocker Loarder Casiher at Lowes Departmentstore

Cooking

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Todd Call
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Assembly Worker at Lasalle Bristol

Watching it come together and operate smoothly.

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