Project Management Institute

Building bridges, not rivalries

This article proposes that the key to implementing systems lies in quality communications from project beginning to end. Concur sessions are a tool for facilitating communications and are three- to five-day meetings wherein 25 to 40 people meet to build visual and dynamic models designed to solve business problems. Concur sessions emphasize brainstorming instead of individual ownership of ideas and aim at making the participants work as a team with a common mission and goal. Once people overcome their reluctance to speak out, excellent ideas can be shared, and camaraderie and team-building can take place.
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