Let’s face it — the pace of change in the business world has accelerated exponentially. Market competition is fiercer than ever, and projects are becoming more and more complex to meet these new demands. Not only that, but new projects also have to be completed while still delivering sustainable — and profitable — customer value.
To cope with these pressures, organizations are adopting different types of new and exciting technologies to help them leverage in-house expertise, reduce churn and find efficiencies. The result has been a faster pace of project completion and a more adaptable project delivery environment.
But, unfortunately, the same cannot be said for improvements in team collaboration. According the the Project Management Institute : “Technology continues to redefine what is possible on a regular basis.” But, unfortunately, they explain, that doesn’t seem to apply to project management, especially when it comes to effective and efficient team work. Teams are still struggling to get and stay aligned from project to project.
So why hasn’t this faster-paced, more adaptable project delivery environment resulted in a better way for project teams to work together?
PMI has recently released a free whitepaper that takes a frank look at this puzzling situation, and offers a powerful fix — visual collaboration.
Learn how visual collaboration helps your team work better together
In this free whitepaper titled When Project Teams Collaborate Visually: The picture says so much more than 1,000 words you’ll learn:
- How real-time visualization makes collaboration simple, straightforward and effective
- The unique challenges at the center of every project
- 5 steps to improving workplace collaboration with visually-oriented tools
If you’re looking to make project delivery as effective and efficient as possible (and who isn’t?), you’ll want to consider the techniques found in this whitepaper.
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