Feeding the famine

We have all experienced it: The project is approved, the contract is signed, and you are now in charge of project execution. However, the appropriate people are not available, and you can't put your team together as required for the project. This article explains how project professionals can manage projects with less help. In doing so, it lists approaches to take when facing this challenge: prioritize objectives; be creative; keep raising the issue; and motivate, praise and reward. It explains each suggestion and describes key activities that project professionals must perform to ensure project success.
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