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Solution Complexity Is Seldom the Issue
For the past 15 years, the project manager’s career had focused on saving projects that were on the skids, bringing them from the edge of failure to successful completion. Organizations approached him on a monthly and even weekly basis, requesting his services to pull one project or another out of the fire; there were that many challenged projects in the large metropolitan area where he lived and worked.
This project manager didn’t consider himself unusually intelligent or skilled at project management. In fact, his professional self-image might have surprised people. ...