Don't sell it ... show it!

If efforts to sell project management practices to senior management are not paying off, this article advises implementing means to fix problems in one's own domain of responsibility.In the absence of full executive support, project managers must take the responsibility, authority, and accountability to drive change in areas that require it without waiting for others to do it for them.
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