• DON

    Great article. This situation is indeed very common for “high performing” PMs, in any industry.

    I would like to highlight that, getting a project in good health is rare event, especially for high performing PMs. Most of the cases you will inherit a messed up projects. This implies you need to spend a large amount of time in acquiring the accurate statistics on the projects.

    I would recommend you to read the article “Take Control of a Messed up Application” at http://effectiveprojmgt.blogspot.com,for an my elaborate perspective.

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