One of the most challenging aspects of running a business is project management. This is because good project management requires careful planning, execution, and control of a project’s dependencies.
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In this modern day and world, with the development of information and communication technologies, virtual meetings are on the rise. Especially in the last two years, since the pandemic occurred and gatherings have not been allowed, modern technology has come into focus. Majority of businesses shifted from working in the office to working from home, and this transition from in person to virtual environments required some adjustments.
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A successful company is built on strong communication. Proper communication skills allow you to express yourself better and improve your professional relationships. And if you have excellent listening skills, too, it's like the cherry on the cake because it will ultimately help you climb the ladder of success in your professional as well as personal lives.
End-to-end encryption is a system of communication where your chats are only readable by you and the recipient(s). This prevents all third parties from eavesdropping on your conversations: from the government, telecom providers, and even the tech team of the app itself.
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Nearly half of all projects take longer than expected. You know why? Poor scheduling. Not just that, but a quarter of all projects fail because task timings were estimated incorrectly. The problem is that, not only is it difficult to create an accurate schedule, it’s even harder when your team is remote.
As a manager, there are the things you can legislate and prepare for, and then there are the intangibles. Employees, as humans, will also be somewhat intangibles, meaning that their behavior – our behavior – can be unpredictable. It doesn’t matter how well you vet someone before you hire them, there is always the possibility that, at some stage in their employee tenure with you, there will be a difficult moment in which you need to manage.