Process paralysis

After investing time, money, and resources to introduce and then establish a project management methodology, many organizations fail to realize that their methodology is a tool to help their project teams implement projects and not a bureaucratic doctrine that employees must obey without fail. This article discusses five common causes of process paralysis, the state from which project teams suffer when they must follow an overbearing organizational doctrine that outlines a specific project management approach which ultimately hinders their ability to implement the project. In doing so, it defines these five causes and suggests a possible remedy to eliminate each.
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