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big data in project management

The 5 Vs for big data in project management

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Big data is changing how companies function across all industries. Both large and small organizations can benefit from the insights gained from the large volumes of data that is out there. If data management is not handled correctly it can cost a business up to 35 percent of their operating revenue. So, in a snapshot, it seems like recognizing the role big data can play in your company is the smart thing to do. Read More

Remote project management

Getting to grips with handling remote project management

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2009 predicted 43% of HR professionals will be working remotely by 2014. In 2015 4.2 million people across a range of sectors worked remotely and that number is not slowing down. By 2020, 50% of the US workforce will work remotely. Long gone are the days where teams had no other option but to work side by side and live in the same cities as their colleagues. Now, departments are spread out across various sites and geographies. Technology has enabled people to work with colleagues they’ve never met face-to-face. Read More

Why projects fail

Overcome the fear of project failure: understanding why projects fail

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In 2013, it was revealed that 50% of businesses had experienced a project failure in the previous twelve months. In 2016, that number increased to 55%. Such alarming stats is enough to unnerve even the veteran project manager, let alone someone starting out on their project management career. So, what can be done to overcome the fear of project failure? The first and most important step is understanding why projects fail in the first place. Read More

dealing with employee burnout

The key to dealing with employee burnout

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The negative effects of disengaged employees can have a knock-on effect on an entire organization. Disengaged employees can reportedly cost companies $3,400 per year per $10,000 in salary. This is made worse by the fact that just 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs. To solve a problem like disengagement, we must find the root of the issue. Often, that means dealing with employee burnout. A national study found that more than half of U.S. employees feel overworked or overwhelmed at least some of the time, some nearing their ‘breaking point’. While we all go through some level of being stressed and busy at work, if this happens for prolonged periods of time, it can quickly sap the energy of employees, leaving them disengaged. Read More

Project management in the healthcare industry

How resource management can transform project management in the healthcare industry

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Today’s post will cover some of the productivity issues faced by the healthcare industry in terms of managing projects and resources. The healthcare industry is undergoing major digital transformation—new technology can help provide a better service to patients. But how project management in the healthcare industry can be improved is just as important because it enables employees across an organization to work to the best of their ability. Read More

 

 

 

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