Communication tools for achieving successful projects
The best project management tricks to deliver successful projects.
This is the forth and last part of a series looking at managing your time and projects. Incase you missed the previous articles:
- How to manage projects: an overview
- Using Timebox and Sprints
- Kanban: breaking down and visualising your work
It has been claimed that more projects fail because of human behaviour rather than technology. And an important part of dealing with this is communication.
A clear and continuous communication is key. Make sure that the ones involved in the project have a common understanding of what we are trying to achieve, and what is currently being done.
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