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    Broken business processes can cost your business a lot of money in terms of time and actual cash

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    When a project fails, companies typically rush into the “blame game” with fingers pointed directly at the project

  • Red Flags That Indicate Your Project Is Headed For Failure

    Failure doesn’t normally happen on a project without some up front warning. You need to watch out for

  • Tactics For Dealing with Scope Change on a Project

    Scope change is inevitable on a project. This can be caused by new discoveries during the project, external

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  • Four Steps You Must Take When Closing Your Project

    In a rush to get projects done, one of the most often overlooked, but critical, tasks of a

  • A Formal Project Deliverable Sign Off Process Helps Build Trust

    Taking the time to do a final confirmation on completed deliverables ensures you and the client are aligned

  • Are Using Project Management Templates Useful or a Crutch?

    There are two schools of thought on using templates to manage projects. Some people love them and find

  • How Do I Prepare My Business for Change?

    There are a lot of things that can go wrong in a project. Surprises can kill even the

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  • Conducting A Pilot May Be The Best Bet For Project Success

    If your project involves large scale organizational change, whether it involves software or not, conducting a pilot prior

  • How to Define A Communication Method For Project Success

    Communication is the backbone of a successful project. Plenty of projects have failed because there wasn’t enough communication