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Projects never go bad overnight. It takes time. They slowly drift away from the baseline. Maybe it is a change request that goes undocumented, or a series of tasks that run a little late, or an over-optimistic employee not realizing they are in trouble, or misinterpreted communication. They all add up over time and are very difficult to detect while in the heat of the delivery. It often takes an experienced outsider who is removed from the history and politics to see the issues and make the recommendations that will keep a project on track. The Project Health Check does just that—keeping your project healthy.

Projects never go bad overnight. It takes time. They slowly drift away from the baseline. Maybe it is a change request that goes undocumented, or a series of tasks that run a little late, or an over-optimistic employee not realizing they are in trouble, or misinterpreted communication. They all add up over time and are very difficult to detect while in the heat of the delivery.

It often takes an experienced outsider who is removed from the history and politics to see the issues and make the recommendations that will keep a project on track. The Project Health Check provides the data and accountability you need to maintain your project on a proper course.

Health Check & Audit Blog Posts

  • Lost Leaders, Perplexed Project Managers, and Trampled Team Members Written on Thursday, 21 November 2013 00:00
    The other day while preparing for an interview with Fortune Magazine, a junior colleague asked, "When recovering a failing project, what are the role differences for various people in the…
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  • The US Congress Needs a Project Manager Written on Sunday, 07 August 2011 00:00
    Walking onto any troubled project, guess what I hear? We are spending too much money, we cannot miss the due date, we need everything we are asking for, and it…
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  • The Information Technology Audit Written on Sunday, 14 November 2010 00:00
    The project was out of control. Within a two-week span, the project manager reported a slide of at least six months. To put the postponement in perspective, the original project…
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  • Who Do You Trust? Written on Sunday, 07 March 2010 00:00
    The first ingredient in recovering any project is trust. The team must trust the recovery manager, the customer must trust the supplier, team members must trust each other, and so…
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