Monthly Archives: December 2014

The art of delegation

passing the batonj

Most projects, even large ones, start out quite small. When the project is just an idea and you are developing the project brief, project request, terms of reference or whatever that first document is that signifies the birth of your

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Resolving project problems – where to start

Project crisis

Maybe you’re behind schedule or over budget. Perhaps there are some key issues turning your status Red. Or it might be the sponsor or steering committee are just unhappy with the way things seem to be going. Whatever the reason,

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More haste, less speed – we’re all too busy

persuasion

The old saying ‘more haste, less speed’ means if you rush in to things you can miss something and have to do it all over again. At the most basic level, you rush to type an e-mail, press send and

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