4 responses to “Know What You’re Getting Into Before the Project Starts”

  1. Jim Milliken

    Excellent insight, Brad. I believe this kind of “homework” at the very beginning is crucial, especially regarding the true needs and interests of the client and the firmness of commitment by sponsors/funders.

    Too many projects are off the tracks before they’re out of the station because project managers are “doers,” and sometimes are too impatient to ask enough questions and listen carefully enough.

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