Category Archives: Quality control

Managing Scope Creep Tip #1: Listen…. and Speak Up!

Have you ever been a team member working on a project and you start getting hints that the client is asking for something that wasn’t on the list or is above and beyond what you agreed to do?  If you’re lucky, … Continue reading

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It’s Not Your Project, It’s the Client’s Project

I used to work with a very wise man who says this all the time. I think it was his way of making it OK to do something that you didn’t think was the right way, or the best way, or … Continue reading

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Before You Send: Formatting Checklist for Project Managers

Last week Seth Godin posted this on the “wrapper” – about how the box, the frame, the presentation matters, even if its not the point. Earlier this week I saw a document that was sent to a client with no header, … Continue reading

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