Mirror [#1]: The Project Management Paradox: Achieving More by Doing Less.pdf - 32,400 KB/Sec
Mirror [#2]: The Project Management Paradox: Achieving More by Doing Less.pdf - 26,338 KB/Sec
Many managers indicate that their organizations are very good at starting projects, but not so good at finishing them. According to this author, the reason most often cited is that marching orders change when other priorities are recognized. Employees find this extremely frustrating and wasteful, as it is difficult to make positive gains when managing on a sea of shifting priorities. The author suggests that there is a better way.