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Project Managers, Now Is the Best Time to Act as a Trendsetter

In the post-pandemic phase, when the entire world is strategizing to act differently, Project managers must also transform. You are the ones that can shape brilliant ideas into reality. In this article at Reuters, the Project Management Institute explains how to accelerate your business amid the global pandemic. Project management is the ideal solution to bring transformation in the post-pandemic phase. It is an integral facet to help enterprises restart and recoup losses.

Be Open to Adapt

To overcome the challenges surrounding your business, invest in the right tools, focus on the projects in hand. Understanding your clients, stakeholders, and staff’s requirements is imperative to reestablish yourself in the post-pandemic phase.

The new work ecosystem demands cross-training employees and updating work-from-home policies to ensure workforce safety while proactively managing changes. There is no standardized framework for projects.

The Mass Appeal of Agility

Organizations following traditional hierarchy are swiftly adopting agile amid the pandemic. According to a recent PMI’s Tomorrow’s Teams Today report, one out of four projects was successfully delivered using agile methodology the past year. Also, in the next five years, half of the PMOs would switch to agility to improve their strategies and efficiencies.

Disciplined Agile

You need a meticulous approach to implement an agile mindset. It envisions the teams to lead through a crisis by choosing the right way of working (WoW). The mindset can help organizations navigate through hundreds of agile techniques.

So, adopt the agile approach not only to understand the available alternatives better but also to improve your project’s value. Only the agile project workforce can help their organizations prepare for the post-pandemic challenges. So, embrace agile to overcome emerging challenges and take informed risks. Click on the following link to read the original article: https://www.reuters.com/sponsored/article/a-new-work-ecosystem

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