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1. Manage a Project with Digital Tools - Unit Wrap Up

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In this unit, you created projects using digital applications.

As you created documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, you learned and practiced important digital and project management skills that are critical in today’s workforce.

The skills you learned in this unit apply to many different kinds of jobs in different fields.

A project manager might work on a large project that takes years to complete, like constructing a building or a bridge.

Or they might manage a project that is smaller and short-term, like redesigning a website, planning a conference, coordinating communications, or completing inventory for a retail establishment.

Project management skills are also useful in other jobs and positions.

You might not be a proj ect manager, but you still might organize work and set goals, manage employees, make presentations, or track expenses.

The ability to share digital creations online, download them, or publish them on a website also makes them excellent communication tools, which can help your project team communicate better and accomplish more.

Digital tools make your work easier and more collaborative.

Good luck on your next project!

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