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    Who is Remote Project Management for?

    13 December 2020

    The modern world of business is going remote with every passing second. The COVID-19 pandemic situation is making this transition a lot faster than it was anticipated. 

    The rapid change in this workplace situation has made it difficult for some to cope with project management. Coordinating the workflow while the entire team is scattered all around the globe can be a challenge for project managers. 

    Knowing the right steps to take while managing a remote project can help a project management team to face the new challenges of remote project management. A good project manager needs to know and support his team from the core to have the best outcome. 

    Who Makes a Remote Project Team?

    A remote project team consists of a group of professionals working on a unified project from various locations and time zones. If managed properly, it is a great way of achieving employee engagement and satisfaction while gathering top talents from all over the world. 

    You can have three types of remote teams working in your company:

    Fully Remote Teams

    Every member of this team works remotely from a different location. There is no centralized office place. 

    Hybrid Teams

    These teams consist of members who work both remotely and from an office. 

    Flexible Teams

    Flexible teams are just like they sound. Members of these teams can work both from home and office according to their convenience.

    Why Remote Project Management?

    Remote projects are bringing new insight to the business world. A company can retain talents from anywhere around the world and increase employee engagement using this system. Here are a few reasons why companies need remote project management: 

    To Increase Productivity

    The advantage of having flexible work hours allows many professionals to complete their tasks in their individual productive hours. This increases productivity and workflow. Also, remote projects help members avoid the distractions faced in office space.

    Lower the Number of Turnovers

    Companies that have the flexibility of remote work for their projects have the advantage of retaining more and efficient employees. 

    To Reduce Work Stress

    Remote works allow employees to work from anywhere around the world. An employee can be doing office work while being able to attend their personal appointments without having to take much stress. 

    Save Money

    Startups and other businesses interested in saving money have a great advantage in remote works. The extra costs of having to rent and decorate an office space can be saved by working remotely.

    Remote project management is becoming more popular with time. A company with the right motivation and system can have its projects managed remotely. All they need is a project manager who knows the difference between the management of direct office space and a remote team.