Managing a project responsibly and sustainably first and foremost requires being on site.
Firstly, because strict on-site management will help limit wastage.
Secondly, because fulfilling commitments is judged in the details, and these details are often small trees hiding big forests. Unrespected production methods, opaque subcontracting chains, different work rhythms and procedures depending on whether you are present or absent, etc. (the list is endless!).
This is related to the previous point: because an experienced person can anticipate the negative consequences of certain choices.
Similarly, because the quality of our communication will avoid many problems later on.
As you can see, managing a project properly means managing it sustainably, and vice versa. If you impose grueling schedules and work that workers cannot take ownership of, you will not keep your best workers for long. If you (meaning your partner, if applicable) let go of your best workers, cohesion, quality, and respect for procedures will decline, and so on.
The solution: Acting on-site, in the long term, to create working conditions that promote both personal fulfillment and productivity.
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