Whether you have been part of a project that has ended, or more recently been affected by Coronavirus and your project has just stopped, here are some fundamental tips to consider when you find yourself in this position.
In this solo episode of The Business of Healthcare Podcast, I share 5 core things to do when your project has stopped. I talk about how to communicate with your teams, how best to get organised but still remain visible. I also share how using this time can be a blessing in disguise, giving you essential processing time to evaluate and assess what areas could be better, so that if and when your project starts up again you are in the best, and if not better, position for your project to be a success.
“When it’s all systems go again, the project manager will be at the front steering the ship guiding everybody through on what they need to do in an organised manner.” Tara Humphrey
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