40% of the project manager's time per day is spent following up on updates, preparing reports, and attending meetings that could have been avoided if all project communication is done with the help of a single source of truth. Still, a vast majority of project managers use excel sheets and Whatsapp to manage their complex projects. This results in delays and a lack of accuracy of progress data updates. It need not be like that. Project teams can switch to ‘proactive project management’ by investing a fraction of the time they are spending in ‘reactive project management. To be effective, this must be done during the early planning stages of the project.
Webinar key takeaways
1) Building blocks of real-time progress monitoring & control
2) Knowledge of steps involved in implementing real-time progress monitoring & control
3) Benefits of real-time progress monitoring
4) 1 PDU certificate from Wrench Academy