An expanding global market has forced businesses to widen their aims, hunting opportunities in diverse locations and tackling projects of a scale once unimaginable. As they piece together teams of people scattered across the globe and oversee projects spanning many time zones, project managers face ever-increasing challenges for delivering results.

Though instantaneous global collaboration is now possible, this doesn’t eliminate all the challenges of performing a project on a global scale. The barriers of language alone present a serious obstacle to project success, but the less tangible differences between cultures and the practical constraints of distance present their own challenges as well.

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