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Thursday, October 20, 2005

Surviving a Business Project

In a perfect world, any business team assembled to take on a project would be a competent group of professionals who seamlessly act as one entity. In the real world, it’s a bit different. A good team tends to be made up of strong, creative, energetic and insightful members. That‘s the perfect recipe for egos, personalities and methods to clash. People tend to act in their own best interests and play the blame game regardless of the outcome. Here are some ideas that will help you and your team keep their eyes on the prize:

1. Keep A Log

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