Multiproject is having developers working simultaneously on more than one project.
It is common for software companies to use multiproject.
This in itself is not a bad thing, because sometimes a synergy can be generated between two simultaneous projects and this can be beneficial.
The risk is in exaggerating the use of this practice, causing developers to work on too many projects at the same time, which ends up being counterproductive since it does not allow them to be concentrated enough on any of them.
Instead of taking advantage of the developers intelligently, the continuous use of multiproject demands them excessively, generating fatigue and stress, with a notable decrease in their performance.
This is a situation that should be handled by whoever can do it best: the Technical Leader.
His technical knowledge and his leadership and empathy for the developers allows him to take advantage of the human resource in the best possible way, achieving the maximum professional performance in a good working environment.
Having the developers working at their maximum potential allows to optimize the competitiveness of the Company and consequently improves its image and prestige in the market until it is positioned as a reference, thus attracting more developers and, more importantly, more customers.