Bottoms up

Much has been written about gaining project support from executives. This article features two project professionals discussing how to handle the stakeholders who matter most. It begins by comparing the importance of having buy-in from below to having executive-level buy-in, noting that they're both equally important to a project's success. It then examines the risks when project managers don't rely on change management techniques. The article concludes by looking at reasons why project managers do not use change management techniques.
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