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    Bias Busters member content open

    By Bishel, Ashley Could the biggest risks threatening a project's success lie not in the external environment but between the ears of every person involved in a project? It's possible. From the sponsor to the project…

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    Solving Sponsor Woes member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate Problem sponsors —whether they are monsters who flood the team with too many demands or wafflers who disappear when pivotal decisions must be made—remain prevalent. And they can wreak havoc on…

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    Threat assessment member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate When the European Parliament approved legislation in mid-April to green-light the Passenger Name Record (PNR) project, many heralded it as a step forward in the European Union's push to counter…

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    Explaining risk member content open

    By Alderton, Matt Imagine a doctor who tells a patient that he's sick, but doesn't identify the illness. Or a mechanic who tells a customer her car is going to break down, but doesn't say when. This article discusses…

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    Supplier's internal communication network during the project sales process member content locked

    By Ryynänen, Harri | Jalkala, Anne | Salminen, Risto T. Communication plays an important role in reducing the high levels of risk, uncertainty, and complexity associated with projects. However, the nature of internal communication networks in project…

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    Give 'em what they want member content open

    By Bourne, Lynda At a time when everyone in business is buried under an information avalanche, adding routine reports to the data mountain may no longer be useful. This article suggests a new approach to providing…

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    A failure to communicate member content open

    By Baker, Bud The recent corporate scandals taught contemporary organizations one crucial lesson: To compete in today's world, everyone--from the boardroom to the shop floor--must act in ways and with intentions…

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    Escalate is not a dirty word member content open

    By Whitten, Neal Are you and another project team member just unable to see eye-to-eye? After an earnest attempt to negotiate a resolution without success, you have to call on higher levels of project leadership for…

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