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2018 Survey Results Show Businesses Have Yet to Conquer Project Collaboration [Infographic]

5 key findings from a global survey

2018 Survey Results Show Businesses Have Yet to Conquer Project Collaboration [Infographic]

Team work makes the dream work, or so it should. Many organizations continue to struggle with proper project collaboration, causing team work to become a source of frustration and stress rather than an asset. Yet, these same organizations understand that team work is essential to achieving strategic goals in today’s world of work—they simply haven’t put in the necessary effort to improve their tools and processes. So, why do they continue to lag behind when it comes to project collaboration?

Planview recently conducted a global survey of 650 professionals that were involved in managing or working on projects in some way. The goal? To determine how organizations are operating when it comes to project collaboration and identify any pain points, and the results were surprising. In a nutshell, businesses today continue to suffer as they don’t have proper collaboration tools to assist teams that are only becoming more and more dispersed.

But there’s no reason organizations should have to continue in this struggle. Learn how to conquer project collaboration once and for all with 5 simple steps in the eBook, “Everyone is a Project Manager.” I’ll give you a sneak peek at the first two:

  1. “Find the right solution for all types of project managers, regardless of department, role, or experience level—to help them get work done.”
  2. “Connect dispersed teams in a virtual, easy to access solution accessible on desktop or mobile app.”

The infographic below contains the primary findings from our global survey, which are expounded upon in the full eBook. Take a look and think about where your organization falls within the realm of effective project collaboration.

Everyone is a Project Manager

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Hayley Eubanks
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Hayley Eubanks is a Content Marketing Specialist at Planview, leading content creation and strategy for social media and the Planview blog. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BBA in Marketing with a minor in English.