“Complete Guide to Project Management in the New Remote Workplace”, on SmartSheet, July 15, 2020.
To address these and other challenges of remote team project management, Alan Zucker, Founding Principal, Project Management Essentials, suggests “holding a 15-minute remote stand-up meeting once or twice a day as an effective way to overcome many challenges. Team members discuss what they have completed, what they are working on, and any issues or problems they are having. Discussions on completed and current work allow team members to coordinate hand-offs. Identifying issues allows the right people to meet to resolve the problem, which takes place outside of the standup.”