Few sectors have taken as much of a battering as retail in the past 12 months.
Almost all projects involve a supply chain, and the cultural, commercial and geographic gaps between members of the supply chain can lead to catastrophic quality issues, both intentional and unintentional.
It’s been almost 12 months since project meetings became primarily virtual.
Project managers who have been around for a while will, I am sure, recognise some of the techniques below as being the critical skills needed to succeed in the cut-throat world of projects; others who are just starting out – take note and always try to practice the following*: Try to work well with others Surround yourself with a team of really talented people, making sure they are less streetwise than you; this way you can personally take the credit for their good work, while demonstrating your excellent leadership skills.
In December 2020, the UK became the first western country to approve the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer.
Risk management principles, tools and methodologies are effectively applied in all industries and fields and are integrated parts of the business functions.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organisations are rapidly developing new, ingenious ways of working as they adapt to fresh challenges and constraints.
Project managers must take a wider view of the changing marketplace to continue to deliver project benefits post Brexit and COVID-19.
Once the project requirements are understood, quality planning ensures that they will be met.
Understanding your role as a project manager can be confusing when you’re starting out – you need to build strong relationships, get to grips with terminology and it can be an overwhelming experience.