Aneta Catalan Sikorska

Absolwentka Politechniki Łódzkiej wydziału EEIA, przez ostatnie 7 lat pracowała, jako Informatyk w branży telekomunikacyjnej. Niepoprawna optymistka, która uwielbia pracę z ludźmi. Ceni pracę zespołową, ponieważ szczerze wierzy w efekt synergii. Dopiero rozpoczyna swoją przygodę z zarządzaniem projektami. Zafascynowana tym tematem i zdeterminowana, by poszerzać wiedzę i zdobywać nowe umiejętności, dzisiaj konsekwentnie buduje swoją ścieżkę kariery, aby w niedalekiej przyszłości sprawdzić się jako Project Manager. Prywatnie miłośniczka literatury fantasy, kultury latynoamerykańskiej i podróży ze swoją rodziną.
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The Joy of Being Project Manager – How to be Lucky in the PM World? – conversation with Marisa Silva

Aneta Catalan Sikorska

16-09-2021

Strefa PMI nr 34, Wrzesień 2021

A conversation with Marisa Silva – the Lucky PM, passionate and intrigued by projects. The interview has been conducted by Aneta Catalan Sikorska. I cannot start with the other questions until I ask about “The Lucky PM”. Is there any story behind it? Because when you talk about the PM world, I can see how much you enjoy it. But maybe “Lucky” doesn’t only mean that you love what you do, maybe you are lucky because you still improve the PM/PMO world. Thank you, first of all, for such kind words. I do try to share my passion and leave my mark in the community at least! Not really a story but there are three main reasons for my luckiness. First, I think that chance or luck plays such an important role in what happens in our life and projects, even if we prefer to ignore it. Sometimes it’s just a matter of being in the right place at the right time and I think that, although talent is fundamental, we need to acknowledge fortunate accidents too. Second, there’s this saying that goes as “there are no good project managers, only lucky ones: the more you plan, the luckier you get”, which I fully agree with because luck also requires hard work and preparation. Finally, because I’ve been very lucky to grown and learn with amazing colleagues, clients, organizations, and project teams. And, of course, I call myself “The Lucky Project Manager” because “The Lazy Project Manager” was already taken!

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