Monday, September 19, 2011

Business And Project Planning - More For You.

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Dear Readers:

My next post will contain some wonderful basic rules to follow in order to manage client expectations, and to avoid disappointments and the customary "shaming and blaming" invariably follows a failure that no one quite knows how to repair. These Three Rules will simplify every business, program or project assignment -- further, they are always applicable, regardless of the nature or scope of the work to be performed. No strategic planner, or project manager should be unaware of these simple principles. [The preceding was a coming attraction]. In the meanwhile.....

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Douglas E Castle
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1 comment:

  1. Hi Douglas,

    I have published an article on expectations management a few days ago (Set expectations, or else!, maybe you can take a look.

    By the way, I am looking forward to you next installment of "When projects become unmanageable".


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