As the world grapples with lockdown measures, Richard Young asks project professionals how their projects have been affected – and what their path back to ‘normality’ might be
It’s not just employees who’ve been put on furlough. Many projects that rely on in-person activities are also on ice. But how exactly have project managers been suspending their work? What are they doing while things have slowed to a crawl? And how do they plan to spin things back up once the severest measures of lockdown are eased?
Different types of project will face different hurdles. The software development project professionals we heard from, for example, were largely getting on with business-as-usual.
Posted by Richard Young on 1st Jun 2020
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Richard Young is the consulting editor of Project.
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