Project Management Institute

New frontiers

Changing jobs can offer project managers the great new and invigorating challenge they are often seeking. But new jobs can also become nightmares from which the project manager cannot easily escape. This article examines the concerns, rewards, and perils of changing jobs, identifying techniques and explaining real-world accounts that can help project managers make more informed decisions about when to accept--and when to decline--a new job.
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