A crisis can seriously damage small and medium-sized businesses, as well as large enterprises. It doesn’t matter whether you are involved in e-commerce of software development, whether you own a small flower shop or deal with construction project management – the crisis can affect any project.
However, even a young project manager without experience must not be inactive and stressful in any situation. Today’s education of a project manager includes risk management and allows young talents to seek and find effective ways to deal with different types of crises. One of the powerful tools to deal with complex challenges in project management is prioritization.
In this post, you will find three fundamental blocks:
- Actuality. What is a crisis and how can it influence project management?
- Theory. What is the role of prioritization in project management in a crisis period?
- Practice. What are some reliable tools and techniques to help with prioritization in a crisis period?
So, let’s dive in!