The Changing World of Project Management
The project management world is changing right before our eyes. With the advances in technology, the ability to work from anywhere, and tighter deadlines the process for building teams and retaining employees capable of succeeding in a fast-paced work environment is getting more difficult. Traditional methods of problem-solving are not as effective as they once were.
Here are five thing to avoid and three things to implement into your workplace to ensure better teamwork.
The pitfalls of traditional project management include:
1. Engaging in a silo mentality. When project leaders do not share information across job descriptions or departments, team members may not have all the facts and data they need to succeed. Because they are not open to new ideas and disinclined to share outside a select circle, leaders may also overlook or not leverage colleagues’ critical capabilities and experiences.