Part 3 of 5 – The Lions Pit

Posted: September 15, 2011 in Metaphysical Project Management
Managing uncertainty

Managing uncertainty

Managing uncertainty on critically important projects is akin to that of being thrown into the proverbial Lions pit. You never know if the Lions will eat you or if God will come to your rescue. It still happens to this day. It can be shocking, surprising, and very painful!

Like my biblical namesake who believed he had earned the trust of King Nebuchadnezzar – whose dream he had successfully interpreted with God’s help. I too believed I had gained the client’s trust when I jump-started the GSM Telecommunications Portal project, where all others had failed.

It would be weeks later when I would come to realise how fragile trust can be – especially when manipulated.

—— More follows ——-

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