Project Management Pitfalls & How To Avoid Them

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Michelle Adams, Content Marketing Manager

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Did you know that only 2.5% of companies successfully complete 100% of their projects? While that figure’s troubling, there’s a silver lining: you can be in the top 3% of best-performing companies simply by completing most of, if not all, your projects. Easier said than done right? With so many moving pieces, it can be hard to see the warning signs building up that eventually lead your project astray. In this webinar, we’ll break down the factors that cause some projects to fail and how to pivot them back to safety. You’ll also get to hear real-life stories from people who’ve been in the seat of failure before (and how they got things back on track). We’ll cover common stress points for projects, including: -Setting clear, measurable project objectives -Creating effective progress tracking methods -Dealing with issues of task & project accountability -Tackling weak communication between teams & depts. -Navigating unclear estimates, scope creep & more. Our Q&A at the end will feature a former project consultant and a non-profit founder with a Six Sigma certification. This webinar is strongly recommended for project managers and team leaders who want more tools & wisdom for their project tool belt.
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