The Truth About Project Management

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The truth about project management
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An Approach - The Reality of Product Management 

  • The illusion of control drives adversarial relationships between customers and the project team.
  • Made up dates/effort in the Project Schedule are treated as truth. Project Managers are judged by their ability to meet these made up dates regardless of what happens during the project.
  • Leaders and customers shy away from defining the measurement of DONE. Lack of clarity about expected measurable outcomes and how this ties to business ROI is often avoided, vague or missing entirely in discussions.

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