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There are risks associated with every project. Some of the risks are negligible, and others can be catastrophic.
With everything going on at work and in society, burnout has become more than real. In some professions, burnout is the expected norm.
Today’s organizations collect large quantities of data on every facet of their operation in the hopes that this data will be useful for decision making and proof of action.
Vendor management, oversight and communication can present challenges to a project manager and their team.
Project leaders agree that projects that have a defined scope of work – that is adhered to throughout the life of the project – have a much greater chance of success.