10 mistakes that could get you fired

With heightened competitiveness and ever-increasing pressure to reduce time to market, the tolerance level for mistakes has significantly diminished. This article identifies 10 mistakes that a project manager can make on a software development project. It reveals the biggest offenses that can cause a career setback: guesstimating, ignoring the process, always saying "yes" to the customer; skipping code review; bypassing unit testing; forgoing user feedback; overlooking change; keeping problems to yourself; skipping configuration management; and leaving the details to developers.
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