Our last two blogs dealt with two dangers of managing projects: individual human capacity, and work styles and personalities. Today’s blog is on the third danger: the technology and applications used to communicate and manage the project. More specifically, finding the right technology and application. Here is our advice and perspective from our team’s real-world experience and education.
In a perfect world, projects would be implemented without risk or challenges. In reality, maneuvering through projects is often like a minefield. Work styles and personalities of those involved, the technology and applications used to manage and communicate, and individual human capacity are all possible dangers.
Absent team members put stress on the rest of the team forcing management to figure out who must absorb the extra workload. US businesses lose up to $300 billion yearly as a result of workplace stress. Read how our work with a client reduced their stress during a team member’s unexpected and extended absence