Ask DN: How do you lead your team?

over 6 years ago from Rick Butterfield, Developer at Shout Digital

  • Brendan CooneyBrendan Cooney, over 6 years ago

    One of the best things we do is to have a Project Manager to manage the projects of the other Project Managers. This redundancy ensures everything always gets a second set of eyes and input, as well as ensures that every project follows our methodology. It also helps resources (especially people) not collide or spread too thin. This person is like Air Traffic Control. It's a huge benefit.

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