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In Part 1 of this series I began to discuss the concept of getting a second chance on a failed project from a client gracious enough to come back to your organisation to give their project another try after already experiencing a failure or complete work stoppage. It doesn't happen often, so you have to make sure you make the most of that second chance. I have done this twice and generally used four major steps to get restarted…
You don't get a lot of second chances in life and even less in the world of project management. And if it's your own project that failed…forget it - your organisation isn't likely to give you a second chance at bringing it back to life. But if you do get a second chance, or you are given a failed project to rescue, here's a four step process to go through to get your project restarted and headed in the right direction…
An Introduction to Project Management
This introduction to project management is a good starting point for anyone considering a career as a project manager.
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