When I became a project manager some ten years ago, my career mentor told me that to be successful, a project manager needs to be “empathetic.”
Prachi Garg is a certified scrum master, SAFe Agilist, management professional with 10-plus years of experience in marketing services delivery, with expertise in digital advertising and marketing.
She is an avid traveler and writes her travel musings at www.ghoomophiro.com. She has written two bestsellers: “SuperWomen: Inspiring Stories of 20 Women Entrepreneurs” and “SuperCouples: Inspiring Stories of Couple-preneurs.”
Garg has been the listed among the “Indian Women Who made IT Big Online,” and her book “SuperWomen” is among the top five books that everyone woman entrepreneur should read, she said.
A technical project manager based in India as part of Acquia’s professional services team, Garg said joining the company was serendipitous.
“It is a fun place to work. You not only grow technically, but also your hobbies apart from work are much appreciated,” she said. “I was truly touched when I saw my books in our monthly newsletter though my books have no relation with Drupal or the work I do. That says a lot about the culture.”
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