How I became interested in project management in interior design
I would not call myself an expert in interior design.
However, I have spent the last 2 years reading and learning about project management. And I have probably spent 250 hours practicing managing projects in my own interior design business.
Here is how I first got interested in the interior design process:
Right after I started my business, I was ecstatic. When things got rolling, I was ready to take on any job. And that’s exactly what I did.
It was a disaster.
For the next few years, I was stuck in a logjam of overdue deadlines. Just when I was beginning to assume this was normal, I came across the Theory of Constrains.
A new journey began for me. I became obsessed with figuring out how to better manage my workflow.
So my goal for the next 6 months is:
To develop a solid framework for project management, specifically for independent interior designers who are ready to work more simply.
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