Lessons learned help project practitioners manage project specifics, but the wise words of peers can help with everything from office politics to scope creep. This article features several project practitioners offering advice on project management. The topics range from playing political games and thinking before acting to listening to opposing viewpoints and looking within for answers. It also discusses how to keep an eye on changing environments and how to recognize when something has to give. In addition, the article also looks how to mind the business and how to deliver in small chunks, which is more economical. Accompanying the article is a sidebar listing three pieces of unconventional project management advice.