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How to Avoid Technology Mistakes in Project Management?

Project management is all about maintaining predictability and mitigating risks. Regardless of what project management tools and strategies you use, the primary task is to ensure that the project goes as planned. In this article at PM Alliance, the author explains the mistakes project management teams commit and ways to mitigate them.

Project Management Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Not Securing Sensitive Data

The level of security built into your project management software indicates how secure your project will be. Too little or no protection to your sensitive data can open you up to scammers and hackers. However, high security can restrict your team from accessing the information they require. Striking the right balance can be a challenge. But, there is no excuse for encrypting your team’s sensitive data.

Neglecting Mobile Technology

“Though nearly every project management professional carries some sort of mobile device (a smartphone, a laptop, a tablet), these ubiquitous tools are sometimes overlooked when it comes to maximizing efficiency,” says the author. You must make sure that your team members can access the group’s files on mobiles. Additionally, you can enhance your team’s productivity by encouraging co-workers to utilize project management applications when they are on the move.

Risks of Document Duplication

Most knowledge workers spend a large part of time creating, sending, editing, receiving, and reading information encoded within documents. There are chances that your team members might use outdated documents without being aware that there’s a new version. Duplication of data leads to confusion, and that makes it more difficult for staff to work efficiently with clients.

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