Sometimes, despite the best of intentions, a team loses its enthusiasm for a project. Maybe the project has gone on too long. Perhaps the client is difficult or unpleasant. Or maybe your team is overworked and under stress.
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Effective work habits beget effective projects. This is especially true in Project Management, where a PM has to deal with multiple contributors in highly technical or specialized fields in order to create a single, coherent product. A professional-quality project’s lifecycle can usually be divided into four phases:
It is no secret that project managers are required to face complex and sometimes overwhelming tasks. Although an individual or team can have all the talent in the world, if things do not run smoothly, success will always seem out of reach. Many think of project management as dealing with specific variables; say, for instance logistics or projected earnings. However, it may come as a surprise that one of the greatest (and most easily solved) hurdles is learning how to deal with a seemingly inconsiderate client. What follows are a few of the most common management problems and some easy ways to resolve them before one’s efforts prove to be too little and too late.