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Benefits of Using a Project Management System
As you are embarking down the path to select a task management software, it is really important to ask yourself: What are the main benefits I am hoping to gain from using task management system?
By asking yourself this question, you can be sure that you are keeping your top priorities in mind as you are exploring different options, reviewing feature capabilities and even testing out free versions. Each time you look at a new tool, you can review the key features that will meet the highest priority benefits you are looking for.
In this blog post, we are going to cover the top benefits we hear from our clients as they are adopting new task management software.
Is it Time for Your Team to Adopt a Project Management System?
Is your team struggling with miscommunication, lack of viability, poor resource management, or lack of accountability leading to frustration, missed opportunities, and inefficiency? A task management system might be the answer you are looking for. Miscommunication Causing Conflict It’s no secret that lack of communication can have severe impacts on a team’s collaboration, teamwork & morale. When items are spread out via many methods of communication, slack, email, texting etc, it’s easy for messages to get missed and lost. Poor team communication can create unnecessary confusion or misunderstandings causing frustration and inefficiency. How many times have you experienced a miscommunication leading to missing requirements, accountability, or deadlines? The Project Management Institute reports that 56% of
Pros & Cons of Hiring a Temporary Project Manager
There are many reasons organizations choose to hire a contracted project manager versus using someone internally but what are the pros and cons to evaluate when deciding if hiring an external project manager is the best fit for your organization?