Tips for executives

looking astute in the third millennium

Key questions a manager or executive might ask to ensure projects are on track are discussed in this article as well as keys to project success including strong executive sponsorship, the right project manager and team, team alignment, consistent methodology and support, and the right questions at the right time.The article also give brief examples of practices major companies employ to foster project management success.
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