We all know how popular remote working became during the pandemic, especially in the project management world. Many companies found a way to keep every process in order while their project managers work from the comfort of their homes. But the question is, are employees really that productive working remotely, or are they lacking specific tools to help them keep in touch with their office? Whether you are working remotely for a while already or you are thinking of starting soon, you should pay attention to the following chapters.
You surely already heard of the Kanban boards and Gantt charts. But have you ever wondered what are their main purpose and how can you get the most out of both of them?
Despite statistical proof that a mature project management process makes an organization far more likely to deliver on time and under budget, there are still many unanswered questions wondered by project-oriented companies.
It can’t be stressed enough how crucial communication is in project planning. Given it is a complex process, project managers spend much of their time communicating with their teams to ensure proper project flow.
You may not know this, but many companies still have resistance to implementing Project management tools in their business.