Remote project management is the new norm with face-to-face interaction remaining difficult in the wake of Covid-19.
However, that doesn’t diminish the ongoing and increasing importance of project management to organizations, as projects are key to develop new capabilities and deliver improvements.
But this doesn’t make projects any less risky to manage. When polling 1,200 attendees of a recent AXELOS webinar about the types of issues they face, the problems ranked as follows:
Lack of communication – 63%Heavy workload – 50%Technology issues – 34%Achieving limited success – 18%
Clearly, having to...