It’s estimated that by the year 2030, over 50% of the United States population will be engaging in some form of remote or freelance work for their primary source of income.
Human Resources (HR) departments can’t be overlooked when taking into consideration how advancement in technology has shifted how business is conducted today. Process automation for HR teams has led to improved communication, performance evaluations and compliance management. HR systems have reduced in complexity allowing rapid process iteration significantly impacting core business models across industries.
Believe it or not, the set of tasks sitting on your desk are projects. They have a set scope statement, a schedule and a list of activities that need to be completed prior to moving on to a greater event or activity. Often, professionals may make the mistake of diminishing a value of a task by not escalating it to a project, and it may sit for days, weeks or even months unfinished because it’s lacking the proper project controls.