Part 5 of 5 – Checkmate – part 2

Posted: September 15, 2011 in Metaphysical Project Management

Checkmate

It was approaching 09:00. Breakfast had been a gulp. I was far too excited to see how my plan for the strategic restart of the project would turn out. My excitement overcame all the unknown variables which included; client continues the suspension regardless of the facts, client becomes entrenched in the blame game, client reacts negatively and formally closes the project.  The project restart plan was going to work, in spite of the formal project suspension letter. This time was different, we had clear leadership. Our project saboteurs knew that, and were obviously afraid.

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