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5 Reasons Projects Fail: #3 Unrealized Benefits

This is part 3 of 5 of a series. To see the last post on “Procrastinating bad news”, click here. The common components of project success correspond to the triple constraint model. These components relate to the three sides of the Iron Triangle:...
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Attributes of a Successful Project Manager: Negotiating without Compromising Quality

In this series, we will outline the qualities you always see in successful project managers. Since project management is really the process of managing an array of business controls, the skills required to execute that are quite broad. Any project manager...
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Leadership Is Taken, Not Given – Part 3: Execution and Closeout

In our last post, we introduced the concept of Defining Moments for projects and their leaders. Unlike in life, they are predictable–they arise at certain points, or “hotspots,” of projects. We’ve already covered the hotspots pertaining...
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