I was searching for an article in interet on Project Management, and come to know this article. This article is interesting. It’s on the topic Why Can’t We Just Follow Some Best Practices?
A quote from the article
There’s never time to plan, but always time to fix. Not enough priority or visibility until the project is in jeopardy. Why must we wait until the situation is dire to do the right thing? Can’t we learn from these experiences? I am sure a lot of PMs would like to sleep better at night, knowing they are acting proactively and with management’s support, rather than fighting an uphill battle. If you have thoughts on how to turn this trend, please write and let me know. Maybe we’ll explore this topic deeper in future postings.
Author brining up his own experience and developing into an extraordinary article. He is nicely blending the experience he had with the title. It’s always pleasure to read such articles, they are very innovative and full of inspiration.
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