In this chapter, the authors turn to the nitty- gritty of putting projects on the ground. The suggestions in this chapter are just that—they are provided as guides for students or novice practitioners. Everyday community practice draws heavily on project management skills that are common in many professional settings. Project management is the process of controlling the achievement of a specific objective. Successful project management requires communication skills, leadership, team management, negotiation, personal organisation and risk management. Working in both professional and volunteer roles, Graeme reflected on the close and complementary relationships between professionals and community members in organising and providing resources and infrastructure. For the community in which Tracie works, social media plays a key role in connecting community members with each other and mobilising energy within the community for action.