Regardless of the industry, every project manager should be familiar with OSHA’s four principles of occupational safety and health. In this blog, we offer these four points as a simple checklist to ensure your project management specialists are familiar with these guidelines and best practices for managing risk in their team environments.
Category: Teamwork & Leadership
Skills, methods, options and tools for managing teamwork, leadership and collaboration
Your team’s collaborative efforts can significantly influence the success of your projects. Given the right practices, effective strategy, and cooperation, your team will be able to work harmoniously and bring excellent results. Furthermore, team members need to understand the project goals and timelines and their responsibilities in its completion. Finally, effective project team collaboration practices require accountability, trust, receptiveness to feedback, and healthy communication among members.
When it comes to tracking employee satisfaction, we often rely on data science. While output can serve as a good marker for productivity and profitability, it’s not able to dissect human nature and what drives a stable culture. It can’t tell you what really matters to your employees.
Support your decisions with respective technological solutions. Actively communicate with your employees. Ask them directly about their aspirations and problems. The creation of a clear career plan will help your workers remain motivated. The necessary tools to achieve this plan’s goals are vital for a productive working environment too. In combination, all these factors will help resolve most of the common concerns.
Investing in scheduling software can help arm you with the tools you need to save yourself time and make life easier for both yourself and the other members of your team.