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3 Essential Steps to Control Scope Creep

We think of scope creep as an insidious thing that grows just out of sight, like mildew in a bathroom. And sometimes that is exactly right. However, not all scope change is scope creep, and sometimes a change in scope can make the critical difference between creating business value or business waste. In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Susanne Madsen outlines three steps to control scope change of all kinds: Be clear on …

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Does Your Team Make Your Project More Risky?

In the business of risks, it is easy to overlook the obvious. You probably take into account the risk of poor financials, or maybe unpredictable weather, but what about the risks associated with the project team? In a post for the PM Perspectives Blog, Elizabeth Harrin elaborates on risks that the project team bring to the table. Stepping on Toes Communication is the cornerstone to civilization. However, with a blending of personalities effective communication may …

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