Sports are often touted as building character and developing the ability for individuals to work more effectively in teams. Intuitively, this makes sense, but beyond competitiveness and socialization, it can be hard to identify precise parallels between sports and business. But, after 30 years of coaching while working through FIFA national level classes, I think there are some important parallels between effective game tactics and strategy, and effective project management using FlowWright PM software.
In most organizations with manual processes, everyone does what they are suppose to do (maybe sometimes not) but what's missing is a centralized platform for communication and collaboration. Typically organizations live in their own systems "CRM" for sales, "ERP" for operations, etc. The main reason this causes issues is that there is no accountability. No one knows where a certain item is in the process, because there isn't a centralized macro view.