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How To Ensure Transparency and Accountability Through Project Management

Keep reading for tips and techniques to help lead a remote, hybrid, and onsite team, including how you can use coAmplifi’s project management features to create a culture of transparency and accountability. Establish Clear Goals and Objectives Transparency in project management begins with clear goals and objectives. This means defining a project’s scope, deliverables, milestones, […]

What Does Project Management Software Do, and Why It Is Useful?

Several types of project management software are available, so it’s important to find the one that’s right for you and your team. Project Management Software Features One of the primary objectives of project management software is increasing productivity by automating repetitive and time-consuming tasks. Another aim is to use data analytics to deliver meaningful project […]

10 Key Project Management Principles and Practices Every Manager Should Know

“Project management is the use of specific knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to deliver something of value to people.” This is how PMI (Project Management Institute) defines project management. Although there are a variety of project management tools marketed as project management solutions that can help with project management tasks, they don’t replace the need […]

How to Meet Deadlines Through Task Management

Prioritizing can be challenging when large, complicated projects that frequently change are involved. Project management software is excellent for tracking tasks for a deadline, but human input still needs prioritization. Being able to prioritize and manage tasks to hit a deadline in a dynamic work environment is a skill that takes time to master. The […]

Morale Killers at Work – 7 Management Mistakes to Avoid With Your Team

Since mid-level managers and team leaders can have a significant impact on workplace culture, they need to recognize and avoid behaviors that can undermine employee morale, decrease team member engagement, and contribute to team member turnover. Most managers don’t do this on purpose. Lack of experience and inadequate leadership training can lead to bad habits […]