7 Deadly Sins of Project Management

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New and exclusive eBook — "7 Deadly Sins of Project Management" — coming soon...

We all make mistakes. Project managers are certainly no exception — though as a profession we tend to be placed under much scrutiny at times and therefore those mistakes may become big news and can be — depending on the mistake — quite damaging and costly to the projects we are running.

In the world of project management, there are so many things that need to be done and when they aren't done, they can damage our project engagements. Or things that we do or actions that we take, that can really mess things up.

Are you personally committing these 7 deadly sins on some or all of your projects? What other items might you consider to be deadly sins or potential showstoppers on the path to project success?

Read, learn and avoid these mistakes, or stop making them...whichever might be your personal situation.
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Looking forward to it :)
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It's here, our new eBook. Hope you enjoy reading it and find some useful tips. Apologies for the delay, the final edits took longer than expected, but hopefully you'll agree, it was well worth the wait.
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Thanks Duncan....the late edits would be my fault :) Thanks everyone for your patience. I hope you like the book, but please share your thoughts either way.

Thank you!

Brad Egeland
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