Tips on working with distributed Project Team

by Sep 20, 2018Project Management0 comments

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Tips on Working with Distributed Project Team

Tips on working with distributed Project Team 

A Project Team typically comprises Architects, Structural Engineers, and MEP Engineers. All of them may not necessarily be located in the same space. Each one of them may be located in their own offices and these offices may be located in different cities in the same Time Zone. These teams may often be located in different countries and different Time Zones.

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