Scary “ghost” stakeholders, lack of decision makers and endless revisions. These are just some of the causes of scope creep. Read on to learn about eight potential sources of scope creep, and the antidotes that will help you get your scope under control and your project back on track.
You thought your work day was behind you. And then, just as you settled into relaxation mode, you realized that you had forgotten something important. It can’t wait until the next day. So much for walking away from your work day. Why not set up a simple system, so that you can end your day and come back tomorrow feeling recharged and ready to go?
Your stakeholder will not talk to you, but do you know why? The why tells you how to open up the lines of communication.
Instead of exploiting talent and ignoring employee voices, companies that value feedback are investing in talent and benefiting in more ways than one from having the right employees on their roster. Having a strong culture that promotes feedback can help foster the growth and success of both individuals and the organization itself.
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Margaret Meloni shares her path to project manager and how others can create their own path and stay on top of their priorities.