For many, project management seems like one of the nine circles of hell designed by Dante Alighieri. And the dominance of the contemporary style of working, i.e., virtual workspace with irregular schedules, doesn’t make the task any less complicated.
Moving towards modernity and technology-based approach should be focused on making things simple and not the opposite. To achieve just that, EngageDots features a set of effective tools that can be employed by organisations, both large and small.
Let’s take a look at the major pain points in project management and how EngageDots tackles them.
Dealing with complex work environment
As more people prefer working on irregular schedules, collaborating with different people at different timings is an uphill challenge. Team leaders face this on a daily basis while planning even the simplest things – organising meetings and disseminating information. EngageDots brings the advantage of automation for addressing this issue.
For instance, task update alerts are crucial for keeping everyone in the loop. Automated meeting and deadline reminders will ensure improved presence and productivity. Chatbots are also here to answer generic questions, share notifications and prevent any delays.
Establishing personal connection
Delivering projects with exceptional quality and within the deadline has a lot more to do with just recruiting talented people. A team that is in sync and can communicate within a creative, non-judgemental environment holds the key to success. And with virtual workspace taking over, the importance of maintaining a personal connection with teammates is essential more than ever.
That’s when the audio and video calls come in. From taking crucial decisions to conducting communication-building events, EngageDots has the tools to build a stronger team.
Understanding your team
Now, this is one hurdle every team manager finds impossible to cross. So does EngageDots help you read minds? Not quite. But we do bring the power of real-time analytics to keep track of your team members’ activities and their performances. When you are able to analyse the strengths and weaknesses of a member, you can assign tasks and responsibilities more effectively and successfully.