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Posts from November 2020

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a big change for businesses of all sizes. There have been changes to methods of working, with the majority working remotely, and a number of activities that need to be coordinated and mobilised to fit the new way of working. The need to plan properly is key, but it can be a challenge to realign your projects with new ways of doing things. Some workforces might have limited capacity at the moment, and some areas of business will be refocused on other areas, in order to meet an increase in demand in a certain area. So what can be done to help? 
Effective risk management strategies will help you to identify the strengths of a project, as well as the weaknesses, opportunities with it, as well as threats or pressure points. By taking steps to plan for the unexpected, it means that you will be ready to respond as and when they come up. If you want a project to be a success, then you need to define just how you are going to handle any of the potential risks, so that you can spot, mitigate, and avoid any problems as and when you need to. Successful project management is all about being able to see the project as a whole, and knowing and understanding that risk management is something that is vital. The goals of a project and being able to achieve them depends on how well you plan and prepare. 
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