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Why Negotiations Fail?

Mismanagement of expectations Imagine going to a pizza shop and then being told it only serves sushi; disappointment is likely. The same goes for negotiations. If expectations aren’t managed properly, disappointment or frustration may ensue from a misalignment of expectations

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Risk Management Failure – Why does it happen?

  Big projects more often fail because of poor evaluation than poor execution. But many organizations focus on improving only the latter. As a result, they don’t identify the projects that pose the greatest risks of delay, budget overruns, missed

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Planing for Contingencies

The goal of contingency plan are to establish a communication systems, create recovery/ respond threshold and define the roles and responsibilities of the employees in case of a disaster. We have all seen that unplanned events could occur  with little

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What is PRINCE2 Project Management?

What is PRINCE2? Projects in Controlled Environments or PRINCE2 for short has become one of the most popular and widely used project management methodologies available today. Employed by both the public and private sectors, it has become the de-facto standard

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PMBOK vs PRINCE2 vs AGILE Project Management

What are the pros and cons? There are a range of different methodologies which are often applied to project management, with the three most commonly considered being PMBOK, PRINCE2 and Agile. If you’re trying to weigh up what are the

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What’s the problem with Project Managers saying “no problem!” to all requests

When one discusses problems that may arise through Project Managers saying ‘no problem!’ to any requests for product changes, one is essentially delving in particular into the realms of scope management. Project managers need to anticipate and plan to accommodate

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Agile Vs. Waterfall: Evaluating The Pros And Cons

Agile and Waterfall are two distinct methods of software development. The Waterfall model can essentially be described as a linear model of software design. Like its name suggests, waterfall employs a sequential design process. Development flows sequentially from start point

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No Problem

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