Do You Know How to Fix a Broken Project?
Smart project leaders absolutely know how to fix a broken project. They know when a project needs a jump start, an upgrade, to be turned around, or to be shutdown.
The More Complex a Project the Faster You Must Act
For most complex and mission critical projects, there is no time to wait and see how things will play out. Project leaders team members need to act before it is too late. You must bring the project team together, conduct a mid-term project post mortem, and figure out the next critical steps to recover and redirect priorities to get your project and your project team back on track
Three Verified Tips to Fix a Broken Project
Here are three verified tips on how to fix a broken project when the bottom has fallen out…
An all-hands collaborative approach is the best way to turn around a troubled project.
The Bottom Line
Too many projects fail to meet original expectations or success criteria. As soon as any project warning signs appear, be straightforward, be transparent and include key stakeholders in turning your project around.
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