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One concern many organizations have when switching to work from home (WFH) is accountability. Without eyes on workers in the same location, there is a fear that staff will not complete their work or will do so poorly. The right WFH technology intrinsically addresses accountability issues, building solutions into daily operations. GroupLink sees how strong
Work from home (WFH) or remote work is quickly picking up traction in countless industries. In large part, this is due to COVID-19 and distancing requirements. Recent studies show that about half of those employed pre-pandemic are now working from home, adding to the existing WFH workforce. With so many organizations transitioning, there is no
There are just as many methods to implement work from home (WFH) as there are benefits to adopting remote work. With such a variety of organizations shifting toward remote work, countless examples of what to do and what not to do exist. Here, we will explore a few real-life examples of WFH strategies and platforms
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more people are involved in work from home (WFH). Those who had never videoconference in their lives are now regularly conducting meetings online, managing people virtually, and dealing with the associated technology. Now that everyone can see what is possible, the future looks bright for WFH. Already,
Let’s be realistic. Revitalized IT project management is a big task. But it’s worth the effort. Moreover, just because it’s a large project, doesn’t mean it has to be daunting. Our series has shown you, along the way, that there are many reasons to revitalize the way you manage IT projects. It’s something many other
By now, CIOs and CTOs, along with their teams, should have a good handle on ideas for revitalizing IT project management. The next step is to turn those ideas into a game plan you can follow, with specific goals, metrics, and timelines. You have the backbone of a lot of brainstorming, auditing, and information-gathering, all
Revitalizing IT project management is an exciting prospect. It’s tempting to jump right into changing everything about the way your organization handles its IT projects, now that you know a better way to do it. But launching into a full-scale revamp runs the risk of burning out your staff, frustrating your clients, exhausting your resources.
We’ve gone over what revitalization looks like and why your organization should do it. We’ve also offered suggestions and examples regarding how to get started and how you can expect this revitalization to impact your team. But, as with any new endeavor, it’s essential to know the potential pitfalls of revitalized IT project management. That’s