All projects demand some level of administrative work to support project plan updates; progress report development, printing, and dissemination; issue and risk register maintenance; team member contact list maintenance and update communications; personnel and facilities coordination and scheduling; team and stakeholder communications development and dissemination; etcetera. And the amount of administrative work increases with the scope and complexity of the project. If singularly assigned to project specialists, this work detracts from these individuals’ productivity; unnecessarily inflating time and monetary costs.
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