Successful Project Culture

The success of projects does not only depend on the skills and experience of your employees. The framework in which projects take place is also important. Create structures that help your employees to be successful. We give you 6 tips with which you can be successful in the long run.

1. Self-critical attitude

Basically, have a self-critical attitude. No process is perfect, there are always possibilities for optimization, also thanks to technological development. So regularly question your processes and try to improve and adapt them.

2. Change with caution

Think through changes well before initiating them. If changes turn out to be wrong, they can often only be dismantled with great effort and can cause confusion among those involved. Therefore, do not rush to decisions, but check the necessity, as well as advantages over disadvantages and the expenditure.

3. Many questions

All participants should understand who takes over which tasks in the project. Encourage your employees to ask many questions. This may also lead to weaknesses in procedures or processes. Facts should always be explained simply and without many technical terms, so that they are understandable for everyone.

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4. Frontloading

Analyse projects at the beginning and identify potential problems and risks. Discuss them in a team so that everyone is familiar with them and they can be avoided. Later in the project, everyone can focus on the details and be less surprised by problems.

5. Communication

Create structures so that everyone keeps each other up to date. For example, you can place each project team in a separate room. The participants can exchange information about their tasks and everyone knows what the others are doing. This strengthens communication and the ability to work in a team and prevents tasks from being completed twice or unnecessarily.

6. Conscientiousness

Motivate your employees to complete all tasks from the beginning with the greatest care and to the best of their ability. Colleagues who are responsible for further work steps should have nothing to complain about. Make everyone aware that striving for perfection is part of self-optimization and serves the well-being of the entire company.