Any shortcut when starting a project may cause great damage to you, your team and your organization in the long term. Check the main excuses you should avoid to succeed.
Figuring it out why you’re doing a project should be the first thing to do when you start a new project.
Culture refers to the shared values, attitudes, standards, and beliefs that characterize members of an organization. Managing cross-cultural teams efficiently will improve you team communication.
Knowing your project’s stakeholders is quite essential for the success of the project because it directly depends on whether your project has met the stakeholder’s expectations or not.
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