Everyone is a project manager
Results from the 2018 Global Study of Project Collaboration
Planview surveyed 650 professionals involved in managing or working on projects. The survey respondents are typical of many workers who are thrown into the project management mix without a formal title, training, or credentials.• View Results from the 2018 Global Study of Project Collaboration Infographic
Just because a company puts a team of people together doesn’t mean it will automatically be uber-productive.
- of the survey respondents said they are not project management certified but manage projects as part of their official responsibilities.
- are “accidental” project managers who – in addition to their day job ‐ find themselves managing projects.
- of respondents estimate that their teams waste more than 20 hours per month due to collaboration inefficiencies. That’s six weeks per year that teams are not being productive!
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- Action items to start a conversation
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