Let’s not define benchmarking first. Let’s business email list recall first. Have you ever encountered a person or product that you think is particularly good in your work and life?
In my experience as a PM, there have been several bosses, two of whom have been with me for a long time, with very different styles and different longboards.
A person is very good at getting things done, with an understanding of requirements, a grasp of key success factors, identification of key risks, and a clear, accurate and fast development path.
Sometimes when I receive a relatively complex requirement and I still don’t know where the entry point is, as soon as I ask him, he will immediately know what needs to be done to complete the requirement and what risks need to be avoided.
A person who is very good at getting people, has the ability to promote projects, and has excellent communication skills. He can handle roles that others can't handle, and he can handle objections that others can't handle.
Getting things done and getting people done are actually the two core tasks of PM, and all skills and knowledge revolve around these two things.
At work, they are my benchmarks.
Watch how they deal with problems and move projects forward. When you encounter difficulties in your work and you don’t know how to solve them, you should first think of your own plan, and then discuss with them to see how they think, where are the differences, what are the reasons for the differences, and what are the reasons for these differences? After sorting out the reasons and reasons, and thinking about it more, the ability will gradually improve little by little.