During the pandemic terms, all organizations are struggling to deliver the projects on time.
Are you worried to not complete your project on time?
The reality is that all industries, majorly IT industries, almost 75% of projects fail due to missed deadlines. Remote teams are facing trouble to complete the projects before time.
As a project manager, you are responsible to complete the team’s tasks before the deadlines. Fixing up deadlines is crucial to complete your tasks before time.
Finishing work before schedule is always advantageous to keep on track and to prevent derailing of projects. Completing projects before time gives extra time in hand to fix problems and to perfect the projects. In this way, potential disasters can be prevented.
Don’t stress out at the last moment. Be fixated to the project and continue to work without stressing at the last team. Show team leader qualities by performing exceptionally well by finishing your errands before time.
Benefits of finishing project early
1. Achieve Perfection
Perfection is the key to eradicate the flaws and to gain better results. At the last time, there is always a time to hassle and speed up the pace to complete the project, this, in turn, leads to erroneous results. Tweak and customize your projects accordingly. Hence, improve the quality of the project by eradicating flaws to make it look perfect.
2. Dissipate Disaster
When you work in a project, problems arise at all levels – technical, content, software. Don’t indulge at the last moment conflict, prevent any work disaster by catering yourself. Leaving yourself enough time to cater for this can make the whole experience less stressful, with less chance of disaster making you late in the very project.
3. Domino effect
An efficient way of working sets up a domino effect as one project sets up another, hence a chain of projects comes up in a line. This leads to the efficient accomplishment of the tasks before time.
When you have bundles of projects in front of you, the best way of managing your projects is by decluttering and prioritize the projects according to your needs. Hence, Time management is a skill that is important for every individual to manage their work accordingly.
In this article, we will discuss the following best practices to manage time.
1. Allocate Tasks
Distribute your workload to all the team members. Focus on your important tasks and assign the other team members to handle the other tasks. Trust your employees and finish up all work before time.
2. Prioritize Tasks
Learn to prioritize your tasks. You can’t complete all the tasks at once. So, you have to prioritize tasks and work accordingly. Don’t procrastinate on your important tasks and show full dedication in completing the immediate projects.
3. Set up effective meetings
Set up meetings periodically, and make your meetings short so that you don’t go off-topic. Connect with your team to know the progress of the project. Hence, provide feedback accordingly.
4. Do ‘it’ today
Do your work today itself. Don’t delay for a later time. Plan your daily schedule to avoid hassle at the last moment.
Utilize Monitoring Tools
Accurate time estimation is a crucial skill in project management. Without it, you won’t know how long your project will take, and you won’t be able to get a commitment from the people who need to sign it off.
Thanks to the evolution of technology. In the digital world, due to the emergence of SaaS tools, monitoring tools provide one way ahead to track and boost your productivity to wind up projects before deadlines.
The dashboard generates real-time live reports of the team members. The attendance report generated shows the status of all the users (early, on-time, late), and records the productivity statistics of websites and applications. In conclusion, employees can identify the number of working hours and the amount of productivity for their tasks.