Three snaps of the fingers

There are many reasons why projects fail. Some are controllable, others are not. This article discusses one of the factors that project managers can control, one that many practitioners often overlook: The effort to prioritize and resolve a project's top three problems. In doing so, it explains why project managers must know their project's top three problems, noting a method that can help them identify these problems. It describes why project managers must focus their total attention on addressing a project's top three problems, as opposed to addressing the lower seven problems.
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