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Top 5 Project Management Myths BUSTED

MYTHS ABOUT PROJECT MANAGEMENT BUSTED BY HARD FACTS MYTH I REMOTE COLLABORATION IS UNPRODUCTIVE of businesses report 37% 75% of bosses report happier remote employees that remote workers are more engaged 41% feel remote work saves time 13% 29% feel more productive 10% enjoy how they can focus on work, not office policies Remote work makes Working remotely increases performance by at least 13% employees happy Myth 1: Remote collaboration is unproductive BUSTED MYTH 2 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION IS A MUST 70% Even at corporate giants such as IBM, only 56% of project management specialists hold a certificate 2/3 of CIOs see PMI certification as a valuable benefit, but not a necessity 70% of accidental project managers have no special training or certificate at hand Myth 2: Project management certification is a MUST BUSTED MYTH 3 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IS PURE PAPERWORK In fact, a project manager spends 90% of his time communicating Moving your projects to the cloud helps cut down on paperwork time 10% of working hours were saved by Tipton Communications, a full-service marketing agency, thanks to using cloud PM software for project administration Myth 3: Project management is pure paperwork BUSTED MYTH 4 FREQUENT MEETINGS ARE NECESSARY TO KEEP EVERYONE IN THE LOOP 30% 30% of the time spent in long meetings is described as "time wasted" by employees 47% of workers called meetings the No.1 time-waster at the office Myth 4: Frequent meetings are necessary to keep everyone in the loop BUSTED Try standup meetings.They are 34% shorter than sit-downs, yet just as efficient A productive meeting should last less than 30 minutes - Share info briefs with your peers before the meetings to save time To refrain speakers from talking too long, one company in Florida had each of them hold a 10-pound medicine ball MYTH 5 PROJECT FAILURES ARE FATAL The term "failure" is exaggerated. If responded to correctly, it may be a link to future success. Apple Newton, a PDA released in 1993, failed miserably with consumers. But several of its features became the basis for today's smartphone. In fact the Newton is a precursor that the iPhone was modeled on. 1993 2007 Myth 5: Project failures are fatal BUSTED "Success comes through rapidly fixing our mistakes rather than getting things right the first time" Tim Harford, Financial Times columnist and author of Experts say when you fail, you should call the reason by name to avoid making the same mistake twice. And make sure you learn your lessons from it. Adapt: Why Success Always Starts With Failure Infographic brought to you by Wrike. Project management software that makes life easier. Sources: wrike.com businessinsider.com cio.com businessjournal.gallup.com online.wsj.com batimes.com pmperspectives.org marketplace.pmi.org stanford.edu psycnet.apa.org salary.com maxwideman.com psychologytoday.com timharford.com sethgodin.typepad.com blog.linkedin.com badlanguage.net

Top 5 Project Management Myths BUSTED

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Project management is still surrounded by a lot of misconceptions and myths. We debunk the top five project management myths and share a couple of useful productivity hacks along the way.

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