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Remote Team Management: Challenges and Solutions for Project Managers

Remote Team Management: Challenges and Solutions for Project Managers

Measuring the productivity of your virtual employees can be done by viewing the final result. But what happens when the final result takes a year to be delivered? Let’s imagine your remote team is working on a software development project. We all know that these things take time. So, how can you measure the productivity of your team at the end of each day? It can be a tempting chance for employees to either procrastinate or overwork and experience a burnout.

10 Challenges and Solutions in Agile Project Management

10 Challenges and Solutions in Agile Project Management

Agile project management has a lot of benefits for any kind of company, by providing more alignment between departments, ease of adaptability of new measures, and quicker project turnovers. By understanding the top 10 challenges in agile project management, it becomes easier to avoid them or solve them and have a smooth transition to a newer way of managing projects.

Best Online Project Management Courses

7 Best Online Project Management Courses

There is a shard of truth in every joke. Being a project manager is a responsible and tough job but everything is not so bad. Today, we are going to dive deeper into the essence of this position and offer you 7 online courses that can introduce you to the profession and enhance your existing skills.

5 ways project management can benefit from IoT

5 ways project management can benefit from IoT

As devices get interconnected with each other, and cloud systems are used to store data in the long run, managing resources and projects has got more comfortable. In the end, project managers have been enabled to deliver much more in the same timeframe with the Internet of Things and other emerging technologies.

7 survival tips for sensible project management on the edge

7 survival tips for sensible project management

Whatever project you participate in, you have to find sensible ways to align competing stakeholder interests with the constraints of limited resources and meet rapidly changing demands in the business environment. To some extent, project management is an art of surviving or juggling too many balls in the air at a time, rather than just a static step-by-step approach.