Poor Management of Projects

  Managing a project task from beginning to end is an acquired skill. 

As teams in the workplace grew in the early 1980's, it became apparent that simply handing the team a task and expecting results was useless without some project management skills. The use of problem solving processes grew to fill this need, and many tools exist today to help. Here are some thoughts on how to approach a team that has poor project management skills. 

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1. A Project Management Process
2. Problem Definition
3. Mission Alignment


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