How can I make my project alive?
Hi Abdulwahab A., I love your question. I think your passion and enthusiasm always impacts the degree of "life" a project has. In my experience, any project that I can dig in to the goal, get to meet new people in and out of my company and learn something new makes me excited to come to work every day. This attitude has "legs" and gets others to want to get engaged and keep the project fresh and most important the tasks getting to completion.
Veronica recommends the following next steps:
- Research and think about getting PMP certification https://www.pmi.org/
Ultimately, it comes down to how you, as a project manager, manage the project! If you are passionate about it, or if you can get your team passionate around it, then you should have no problems.
If your question is more around "how to make your project a reality", the key is always planning. If you can get a narrow scope of what your project will achieve, how you measure success, and what boundaries you have to work within, plan the journey to achieve that success. Figure out who needs to be involved, what steps you and the team will need to take, what your budgets are, what resources you'll need, as much as you can. Also consider the "customer"experience - who will your project be solving for, what would they be looking at, and what would you need to achieve it (but be careful, since sometimes, customer expectations can exceed the scope of what your project is looking to achieve)
Hope that helps!