Your deadline has gone whooshing by, and now you’re facing something far more deadly: a stressed out team.
A lot of issue management revolves around focusing on having the proper issue and risk logs in place. But what about the human side of the equation? The reality is that a big delay or setback on a project is demotivating to the people working on it, and it can cause tensions on your team to run high.
So, what can you do at this point to effectively manage a project team? What steps can you take to motivate your team and help them stay productive once you’ve experienced a massive delay, issue, or setback?
That’s what you’ll learn in the video below.
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