The Rebel Project Manager's Guide to Saving a Failing Project
Regular price $7.00
Whether you've inherited a project that is failing, or are starting to see the signs that your own work might be going off track, this 55-page ebook will help guide you towards saving a project in trouble.
- Why projects fail
- How to spot a failing project
- 5 Steps for recovering a failing prject
- Team tactics for working with people on struggling projects
- When to stop a project.
Packed with practical, real-world advice, this is the first in a series of ebooks aimed at people who don't work in a textbook world.
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