Project Management 4.0: A Case Study Of Project Management‘S Remote Collaboration In Digital Era


  • Paolo Gio G. Espiritu
  • Eric Dizon
  • John Khervin Pacho
  • Ronaldo A. Nortado Jr
  • Joefil C. Jocson


Project Management 4.0, Remote Project, Project Management Tools, Digital Project Tools.


In the digital age, this case study explores the topic of remote cooperation in project management. It lists the digital technologies that make working remotely easier, looks at the obstacles to embracing remote work, looks at possible problems related to relying too much on these tools, and offers ways to reduce such risks. It also covers measurements and approaches for effectively tracking project progress and evaluating the performance of remote teams. According to the report, there are many different digital tools available for project management that facilitate remote collaboration. These tools include file-sharing services, document collaboration platforms, email, instant messaging apps, and video conferencing, as well as project tracking software and project management tools. The difficulties that come with managing remote projects are also emphasized, with a focus on how crucial it is to overcome obstacles like physical distance, communication breakdowns, a lack of in-person interaction, dependence on technology, loneliness, and the need to establish trust. Moreover, the adoption of digital tools raises security threats, including data breaches and cyberattacks, which are addressed. Mitigation measures include configuring cloud security settings, enforcing strong password regulations, managing devices, and providing employee training. A culture of accountability can be fostered, clear objectives can be set, key performance indicators (KPIs) can be identified, appropriate tools can be used, regular check-ins can be conducted, and a methodology for accurately tracking project progress can be outlined. The findings highlight the significance of efficient remote collaboration, reducing obstacles to remote project management, reducing potential risks, and utilizing metrics and techniques to maximize the performance of remote teams in order to manage projects successfully.


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Paolo Gio G. Espiritu, Eric Dizon, John Khervin Pacho, Ronaldo A. Nortado Jr, & Joefil C. Jocson. (2024). Project Management 4.0: A Case Study Of Project Management‘S Remote Collaboration In Digital Era. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 5(05), 62–69. Retrieved from




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