Quality Assurance and Project Management

Nov 15 2013   9:27PM GMT

6 Golden Tips For Project Managers To Tackle Changing Business And Technology Scenarios

Jaideep Khanduja Jaideep Khanduja Profile: Jaideep Khanduja

1. Connect with thought leaders in global and local arena to learn about latest business technology trends. It is also important to understand the innovations taking place in latest technologies like cloud computing, mobility and analytics.

2. Collaborate, participate and get involved in latest discussions, forums, and expert columns to get the insights in successes and failures of these technologies related to mobile, cloud and analytics.

3. Without such engagements, a business or project manager can’t initiate a blueprint for his organization or customer regarding transformation proposed in terms of adaption of newer technologies and the optimization and benefits offered in return.

4. There is always a gap between current and future needs for any organization of any size. A time to time introspection is must to understand whether enhancement in legacy applications will suffice to cater to newly arisen business needs or there is a need of altogether new systems to manage and sustain business growth.

5. By getting insights about futuristic applications and technologies, business growth strategies can be well managed by creating competitive advantages and providing higher thrust to business.

6. Always strive for solutions that carry built in best practices relevant to the business – whether it is in house driven project or an outsourced one.

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