Successful and productive are just about the two best words that can be used to describe a person in the workplace, and if you are interested in being those things, PM Hut is here to help. Atul Gaur breaks down project success and productivity in a short blog post into five elements, delegation, motivation, mentoring, productivity tools, and communication and coordination. Delegation means knowing when there is too much work for you alone and selecting the right person to pick up the slack. Large projects can start to become sluggish affairs, which is why it is up to you to keep the team motivated and invested in its completion.
Be active in trying to mentor team members as you go, but sometimes refer to outside help if the benefits are worthwhile. Scheduling and communication software can help you stay on track with daily targets. Finally, although communication and coordination are mentioned very often in regard to project success, it is not always actually put into practice very well, so see to it that you talk the talk and walk the walk. Just proceed with caution if you click the original blog, as apparently Gaur’s writing received not a lick of proofreading before publication.