This is the fourth article in a series about mismanaging projects. If you stop doing some not-good things, you’ll be left with better approaches to managing projects… or at least will be more likely to get out of your own way. (Believe me, this comes from experience. I’m quite the expert at getting in my own way.)
There are five aspects you have to manage to move projects forward effectively, the last three the focus of this article:
- The project itself, discussed in the January column.
- Time, which we covered in March and May.
- The client.